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How to shield your pension from Brexit and Trump as higher inflation looms nearer

Irish investors in their early 60s who have yet to retire could be among the most vulnerable to Brexit and any uncertainty in financial markets triggered by the election of Donald Trump.

Irish economy to slow on weaker UK forecast

The British government has cut its growth forecast for next year in the wake of the Brexit vote, which could have a small knock-on effect on Ireland’s growth prospects. The UK economy is now expected to grow by 1.4pc next […]

Revealed: The phony tech discounts to be aware of on ‘Black Friday’

Tomorrow is ‘Black Friday’, when big retailers here offer up what are advertised as big savings on tech products. Some of it is very, very iffy. That 40pc saving being quoted on a telly, laptop or camera? Try 10pc. Or 0pc.

All you need to know about the rule change for first-time buyers – and how it’s expected to spark building surge

New buyers will end up with more money; Lane says rules were too complicated. The Central Bank has made a dramatic change to its mortgage lending rules, in a move that is expected to lead to a surge in home building. […]

Irish exporters may relocate operations to UK – Boucher

Irish companies selling into the British market may opt to move some operations to the UK as a result of Brexit, Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher has said.

Irish Business: Where to now post Brexit and Trump?

These are uncertain times. The seismic shift in world and European politics following Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States has led to an environment of global political and economic uncertainty and challenging […]

Ireland listed amongst top EU countries for big data investment

The vast majority of global corporates have identified Ireland as a possible or likely location for data-driven investment in the next year, new research has found.

Ireland listed amongst top EU countries for big data investment

The vast majority of global corporates have identified Ireland as a possible or likely location for data-driven investment in the next year, new research has found.

Euro zone GDP rises as trade surplus of €26.5bn recorded

GDP grew 0.3 per cent in the euro zone in the third quarter compared to the same period a year earlier and was up 0.4 per cent for the bloc of 28 European Union member states, according to official figures.

Is end of austerity nigh?

Yesterday the European Commission kicked off its 2017 economic semester – its annual cycle of budgetary surveillance introduced in the wake of the financial crisis.

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