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Consumers remain nervous about Ireland’s recovery as sentiment drops to near two year low

Consumer sentiment has fallen to a 22 month low reflecting unease in the Irish consumer following the Brexit vote and the US presidential election.

Irish Business: Where to now post Brexit and Trump?

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 and uncertain times ahead […]

Objections by six states deliver blow to EU tax proposal

Parliaments in six countries have opposed the European Commission’s proposals for a common tax base across the European Union, according to Irish MEP Brian Hayes.

Big banks prepare to reveal earnings

Some of the world’s biggest banks announce earnings this week, including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America.

Jobs worth: You’ll need to earn more than €100k a year to live in south Dublin

Pay rises, housing and tax are employees’ top priorities for 2017. Wage rises remain on the table despite concerns over Brexit and housing.

Young Irish dying to pay with mobiles

Young Irish people want to ditch their cash and cards and pay for things using Google, Facebook and Apple instead.

Ireland can win EU battle on company tax changes despite Apple fallout – commissioner

Ireland will not be isolated by EU efforts to change the company tax rules, EU Commissioner Phil Hogan said.

First-time buyers to drive market growth countrywide in 2017

First-time buyers will drive Ireland’s property market in 2017 with the highest city price increases of 10pc predicted for Galway and Limerick.

AIB to pay €190m in tracker mortgage compensation

State-owned lender AIB has set aside €190m to compensate customers who were wrongly removed from tracker mortgages, according to The Irish Examiner.

First-time buyers in rush for new tax break as 25 apply every hour

More than 25 applications are being made every hour by first-time buyers (FTBs) hoping to avail of a Government scheme to help them buy a home.

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