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The Government is planning a budgetary package of €3.4 billion for 2019, of which €2.6 billion has already been allocated.
Sterling fell to a fresh 2018 low today, as concerns about an escalation in the trade dispute between the world's two biggest economies weighed on risk sentiment.
A surge of construction in the Midwestern US last month brought US homebuilding to its fastest pace since before the financial crisis, according to government data released today.
Global oil demand is set to stay strong in the second half of 2018, an OPEC technical panel forecast this week, suggesting the market could absorb extra production from the group.
Sunday Business Post editor Ian Kehoe has decided to leave the newspaper after four years in the job.
Health focused startups and SMEs are being encouraged to pitch ideas to the Government-backed Health Innovation Hub Ireland.
Almost €8 million worth of equipment and tools were stolen from construction sites in Ireland in a ten month period last year.
Germany's Ifo institute has today cut its forecasts for growth in Europe's biggest economy this year and next, citing a weak start to the year and increased global risks.
The dollar rose to an 11-month high today and the euro slumped after US President Donald Trump threatened more tariffs on China in an escalating trade dispute investors fear could hurt global growth.
The supervisory board of Audi has suspended chief executive Rupert Stadler and appointed Dutchman Bram Schot as an interim replacement, a source familiar with the matter said today.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has had what has been described as a "regular" meeting with Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple.
Poundworld has cut around 100 jobs from its head office as administrators struggle to find a buyer for the business.
Norwegian Air Shuttle is reaching a size at which it can be profitable, its chief executive said today, shrugging off the idea that the airline needed a partner to stay alive.
Digicel Group, the mobile phone company controlled by Denis O'Brien, has told bondholders that its quarterly earnings dropped 10%.
The country's home market is set to cool down, the Central Bank Governor said today, as a renewed surge in prices stokes concerns about another bust.
Almost half of revenues generated by the Companies Registration Office (CRO) last year came from penalties imposed on companies filing late annual accounts.
Irish banana producer Fyffes has been recognised for its role as the largest Fairtrade banana buyer in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The European Central Bank will take a "patient" and "gradual" approach to raising interest rates as inflation in the euro zone recovers, its president said today.
The lack of clear policy and regulatory signals in support of offshore wind energy risks sending a message to the industry that Ireland is not open for business to offshore wind.
Agri-Services Group Origin Enterprises has announced its entry into the South American market after it agreed a deal to buy a 65% interest in Fortgreen Commercial Agricola Ltda in Brazil.