US and European stocks firmer

Oil prices nudge upwards as yields on government bonds rise

Employers nationwide plan 5pc increase in staffing levels in Q2

Agriculture, forestry, and fishing are the only sectors in Ireland that are expecting a decline in staffing levels in the second quarter of the year.

Dublin hotel room rates to hit boom levels in 2017 – PwC

Hotel room rates in Dublin rose at the fastest pace in Europe last year – up by almost quarter and on course to hit boom levels.

Paddy Power revenue spiked 24pc ahead of Betfair merger

Revenue at Paddy Power, the betting giant that merged with Betfair in February, increased by 24pc to €1.09bn last year.

Aerospace giant has flown above the slump – so far

For those who remember the 1960s or early ’70s, those for whom long hair, bell-bottoms and medallions on hairy chests still evoke a hint of embarrassment, the name “Honeywell” has a special significance. For them, it meant the Vietnam War. […]

Irish Continental revenue rises 10.5pc as profit soars to €57m

Revenue at Irish Continental, the company that owns Irish Ferries, rose 10.5pc last year up to €320.6m while its number of passengers rose 2pc to 1.68 million.

Dublin Airport to splash out €15m to ‘modernise’ Terminal 1

Dublin Airport has invested €15m in modernising the departures floor and the security screening area in Terminal 1.

London Stock Exchange full-year profits up 31pc

London Stock Exchange Group, which is in talks to merge with Deutsche Boerse to create a pan-European trading house, reported a 31pc rise in full-year adjusted pre-tax profit on Friday.

AIB’s customers in line for €65,000 tracker payouts

Thousands of families could end up sharing a bonanza of up to €190m after AIB wrongfully took their valuable trackers off them.

Hibernia Reit snaps up Dublin 2 office block for €26.5m

Building is fully let to a range of occupiers, including accountancy firm Crowe Horwath

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