Millenials shrug off global upheaval

A MAJORITY of so-called millennials are positive about the economic outlook for Ireland in the year ahead.

BNP boss in Noonan meeting over Brexit

The head of BNP Paribas Securities Services met Finance Minister Michael Noonan for an hour in December, during which they discussed the implications of Brexit.

Falling sterling hits UK interest in Irish property

The Irish property market is being hit increasingly hard by Brexit, with estate agents all over the country reporting an average fall-off in demand by one-third from across the water.

‘No evidence’ banks failing to pass on rate cuts, says ECB

There is no evidence that banks are not passing on interest rates cuts, the ECB has claimed in a research paper.

Bank of China in post-Brexit talks to swap UK for Dublin

Two major Asian banks are in “advanced talks” with the State to move part of their London operations to Ireland in the wake of Brexit.

Important visits by May and Vestager

All eyes will be on Dublin today as British Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Dublin to hold a summit with Taoiseach Enda Kenny about the UK’s exit from the European Union.

UK exit and Trump fears temper firms’ growth plans

Two-in-five workers expect a pay increase over the coming year, with less than 40pc of firms planning on increasing basic pay in the same period, according to the latest Economic Pulse from Bank of Ireland.

Ticket sellers, promoters to face competition probe

Companies that sell tickets for concerts and other live events are facing a probe from the State’s competition watchdog.

Buying your first home? How to get what you really want

The roll-out of the new Central Bank rules on mortgage lending mean big changes this month for first time buyers across Ireland.

Companies ‘can create 500pc return’ through effective advertising campaigns

Investing in advertising will generate a 500pc return for businesses, according to a new report.

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