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Pound steady after May’s Brexit deal voted down

The pound steadied early this morning but remained on the backfoot following a volatile overnight session after British politicians defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin.

Taiwan objects to Britain’s trade plans post-Brexit

Taiwan objects to Britain’s proposed rules for managing its trade in services after it leaves the European Union and has requested negotiations at the World Trade Organization, according to a document seen by Reuters today.

Taiwan objects to Britain’s trade plans post-Brexit

Taiwan objects to Britain’s proposed rules for managing its trade in services after it leaves the European Union and has requested negotiations at the World Trade Organization, according to a document seen by Reuters today.

Higher costs for air fares and restaurant prices sees inflation rate rise

Higher costs for air fares and rising restaurant prices saw the inflation rate move up slightly.

Petrol prices plunge but the taxman takes 64pc

Car fuel prices have dropped to their lowest level in almost 18 months, according to an AA Ireland survey.

Charlie Weston: ‘Escape the banking ‘confusopoly’ and get yourself a better mortgage rate this year’

Central Bank changes that came into effect on mortgages at the start of the year represent a missed opportunity to tackle some of the worst excesses of our dysfunctional home-loans market. Now lenders will have to tell customers if they […]

Lower property tax for homes of rich: minister

A Government Minister wants lower property tax rates for those in affluent areas.

Chinese firms’ investment in Ireland surges by 200pc to €87m

Investment by Chinese companies here has surged more than 200pc over the past year, amid trade tensions between Beijing and Washington, while Irish companies are seeking a greater foothold in the world’s fastest-growing major economy.

Petrol prices at the pump fall to 16 month low – AA

The AA’s monthly fuel prices survey found that the average cost of a litre of petrol hit a 16 month low in January.

Investments that may stand to you in 2019 as economy slows

Investor pessimism is high this New Year. The dismal performance of a number of stock markets in 2018 disappointed many. Trade wars, Brexit and rising interest rates weighed heavily on investors’ minds – and continue to do so. One of […]

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