Economy can overcome Brexit uncertainty, says Moody’s

The Irish economy will be able to shake off the uncertainty posed by the Brexit vote, Moody’s

European banks continue on a Trump roll

European lenders got a second-day boost after Donald Trump’s presidential win on speculation that his term will lead to increased inflation and an easing of financial rules.

Bachelors and bachelorettes will gather to celebrate SinglesDay – and go on €12bn shopping spree

Today, bachelors and bachelorettes across China will gather to celebrate SinglesDay – a day in the Chinese calendar where those not romantically involved celebrate being unattached.

‘Flood of companies’ to leave Ireland due to US tax cuts

The Government is facing urgent calls to act swiftly to protect US investment in Ireland after a top adviser to Donald Trump warned a “flood of companies” will leave under the new regime’s tax plans.

Motor Insurance premiums fall for the first time since early 2014

Motor insurance premiums fell last month, for the first time in years.

CRH up by €2bn as Trump cements US victory

Ireland’s stock market bucked declines among European peers yesterday after Donald Trump’s landmark election win, with an 8pc-plus surge in CRH shares boosting the Iseq Overall Index by over 2pc as US markets opened.

Debt reduction at slowest level in almost eight years – Central Bank

The pace of debt reduction in households eased in the three months to the end of June to its slowest level in almost eight years, according to data from the Central Bank.

Shares in Ireland’s biggest construction company soar as investors hope it will benefit from Trump’s infrastructure plans

Shares in ireland’s biggest company, building materials giant CRH, have soared nearly 7pc this morning as investors bet that it will be a big beneficiary from Donald Trump’s plan to pump money into America’s infrastructure.

Markets plummet as Trump elected US president

Global stockmarkets have plunged as Donald Trump emerged victorious in the US presidential election this morning.

Noonan to file Apple appeal as MEPs attack Irish tax regime

Ireland will today launch a formal appeal against the controversial EU ruling that Apple received an unfair tax deal worth €13bn, and must pay it back with interest.

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