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Pillar banks battle to keep current as online rivals play their cards

AIB has backed brave, while Bank of Ireland has sought to tug on the heartstrings of families. Permanent TSB has urged its customers to “keep going” and KBC is battling to ensure that everyone knows how easy it is to […]

Money can buy happiness – but only if you earn optimal amount

Having more money does not make you happier, according to figures released earlier this month from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS). They show people there have become more anxious in recent years and have not become happier – […]

Sterling dips on doubts about revised Brexit deal

Sterling fell slightly today after a UK government source poured cold water on the prospect of an imminent Brexit deal, causing the pound to shed earlier gains.

Retailers warn of no-deal Brexit price hikes and reduced supply of goods

Groups representing retailers in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Britain have issued a strong warning that a no-deal Brexit will lead to reduced availability of some goods.

Retailers warn of no-deal Brexit price hikes and reduced supply of goods

Groups representing retailers in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Britain have issued a strong warning that a no-deal Brexit will lead to reduced availability of some goods.

‘Infinite’ opportunities for Irish companies in Europe

The former president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, has said that despite Brexit, the opportunities for Irish businesses to grow within Europe are infinite.

Brexit pensions saved after deal between Irish and UK governments

The governments of Ireland and Britain have guaranteed the continued payment of state pensions, child benefit and other social welfare payments in the event of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.

Brexit pensions saved after deal between Irish and UK governments

The governments of Ireland and Britain have guaranteed the continued payment of state pensions, child benefit and other social welfare payments in the event of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.

Surge in companies looking for clearance for UK trade post-Brexit

There’s been a surge in the number of companies here applying to Revenue to get the necessary documentation for trading with UK firms following Brexit.

Irish SMEs paying more for loans than EU counterparts

Irish small and medium enterprises (SMEs) pay on average three percentage points more interest on loans than the European Union average on amounts up to €250,000.

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