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The European Central Bank is expected to wait until the fourth quarter to raise its deposit rate, later than thought just a month ago, according to economists in a Reuters poll.
Ryanair has cut its forecast for full-year profit for the second time in three months, this time blaming lower than expected winter fares.
A survey today shows that new housing supply reached a nine year high in 2018, but still remains at half of the country's estimated demand.
US software company, Salesforce, is to announce significant investment plans for Dublin this morning, which could result in the creation of up to 1,500 jobs.
It is expected that US software company, Salesforce, will announce significant investment plans tomorrow that could lead to the creation of up to 1,500 jobs in Dublin.
Netflix shares have fallen as spending at the leading streaming television service weighed on quarterly revenue that fell slightly short of expectations.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has criticised Theresa May's negotiating style, saying, "You don't survive a confidence vote at seven-thirty, invite opposition parties to talks, then go on TV at 10pm and criticise them for not turning up."
Aer Lingus flights will not be grounded if Britain exits the EU on 29 March without an agreement, the airline's new chief executive has said.
Spain saw growth in its crucial tourism sector slow in 2018 as sun-soaked competitors like Turkey, Egypt and Tunisia recovered, industry lobby group Exceltur said today.
IBM and Vodafone have launched a joint venture aimed at helping companies across Europe to allow easier integration of cloud technologies.
Morgan Stanley reported lower-than-expected quarterly profit today as its fixed income trading fell, hurt by increased volatility at the end of the fourth quarter.
Aer Lingus has unveiled its new brand livery, more than two decades since the airline's last refresh.
Japan's Hitachi has decided to freeze a 3 trillion yen ($28 billion) nuclear power project in Wales as Britain scrabbles for a way to exit the European Union.
Independent News and Media has confirmed that it is to axe approximately 30 jobs in its editorial, publishing and commercial operations.
Diaceutics, the diagnostics data analytics and implementation services company, is opening a new regional Asian hub in Singapore.
Euro zone inflation slowed in December to 1.6% on the year while core indicators remained stable at low levels, the European Union's statistics office said today.
The outcome of Brexit may be uncertain, but business cannot afford to take a 'wait-and-see' approach, according to the Irish Exporters Association.
The "cliff-edge" risks of a hard Brexit to the stability of the country's financial system are manageable, the Central Bank's Deputy Governor Ed Sibley said today.
PayPal has today announced its latest innovation to help Irish consumers overcome problems with cash.
New research shows that "job hopping" has the potential to damage a person's career progression.