Euro zone economy accelerates, but prices fall more than expected

Gross domestic product in the euro zone up 0.6 per cent on a quarter-on-quarter basis

More than one million households to get biggest cuts in electricity prices in years

MORE than one million households are set to benefit from one of the biggest cuts in energy prices in recent years.

Bord Bia named Ireland’s most reputable organisation

Indigenous firms lead the annual survey while Ryanair ranking improves

New order delivers boost for Bombardier in Belfast

Delta Air Lines buying aircraft partly-made in North

Kelton Tech creates 100 new jobs at EMEA HQ in Drogheda

IT firm Kellton Tech Solutions Limited is to create 100 new jobs at its its EMEA headquarters in Drogheda, Co Louth.

Bank of Ireland continues to trade ‘in line with expectations’

Bank says macroeconomic conditions in Ireland and the UK ‘remained favourable’

Kerry reaffirms earnings guidance as volumes grow

Trading profit rose in first quarter despite continued challenging conditions

Stability update: Economic recovery spreading faster – but economy faces big external threats

The recovery is spreading at a faster rate than predicted as consumers loosen their grip on savings and tax receipts run ahead of target, according to a new report on the Irish economy.

Sterling rises as remain side gains ground in Brexit battle

Sterling has rebounded against the euro to its strongest level since mid-March as the ‘remain’ side in the Brexit campaign gains momentum. But with just under two months to go until the crucial vote, Irish exporters are likely to face […]

Ireland poised to grow as UK importer should Britain stay in the EU

British imports into Ireland are set to increase by €26bn over the next ten years provided Britain stay within the EU, a new report has shown.

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