Hibernia ‘optimistic’ on Dublin market following Brexit vote

Property firm Hibernia REIT has said it is too early to predict the impact Britain’s departure from the European Union will have on Dublin’s real estate market.

Dundrum owner Hammerson says UK property market facing uncertainty after Brexit vote

Shopping centre landlord Hammerson said the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union on property valuations was still unknown, but the lettings and investment markets were facing a period of uncertainty.

Public wants referendum on TTIP – poll

The vast majority of Irish people want a referendum on the proposed US-EU free trade deal if it looks like it could become law, a survey suggests.

Banks taking centre stage after Brexit

Central banks from Washington to Tokyo take centre stage next week, although policymakers are likely to remain cautious as they wait for the dust to settle from Britain’s shock vote to leave the European Union.

Irish business confidence slumped in run-up to UK vote

Business confidence across the island dropped “dramatically” in the first half of the year, as firms awaited the outcome of the UK referendum, a survey shows.

Enterprise Ireland on post-Brexit trade blitz

Enterprise Ireland has beefed up the number of international trade missions for the remainder of its year in the wake of Brexit, with 26 ministerial-led trips set to take place.

UK economy shrinking at fastest rate since financial crisis post Brexit vote, services PMI shows

Britain’s economy appears to be shrinking at the fastest rate since the financial crisis in the wake of last month’s Brexit vote, according to a business activity index that posted the biggest drop in its 20-year history.

Central Bank for sale with €60m price tag

The Central Bank is to put its headquarters on Dame Street and two other premises on Dublin’s College Green on the market in the coming months, with sources estimating they could fetch upwards of €60m.

Irish debt investors looking beyond GDP after distorted figures – NTMA

Ireland’s distorted gross domestic product (GDP) figures has made them less useful to potential investors into Irish debt, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has said.

Ireland needs domestic investment in wake of Brexit

The National Competitiveness Council (NCC) has called for policies to be introduced that will ensure long-term fiscal sustainability in its annual report published on Thursday.

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