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UK inflation unexpectedly cooled to a one-year low in March, according to figures that may raise doubt over bets that the Bank of England will raise interest rates in May.
The Bank of England will raise its key interest rate to 0.75% in May, nearly all the 76 economists polled by Reuters have said.
Borrowers looking to access personal credit reports stored in the new national credit register cannot access them with the Government's Public Services Card.
Facebook has said it will begin rolling out changes to how it handles private data this week to comply with forthcoming EU rules, with European residents seeing the measures first.
De La Rue said it would not appeal a decision to award the contract to make Britain's new blue post-Brexit passports to a European firm.
French food group Danone has kept its guidance for a further rise in profits and sales this year after first quarter underlying sales growth beat market expectations.
European car registrations fell 5.2% in March, led by Nissan, Ford and Fiat Chrysler, according to data published today by auto industry association ACEA.
International Business Machines posted profit margins that fell short of Wall Street expectations last night, a sign that its reinvention was taking time.
Hammerson has withdrawn its recommendation to shareholders that they back a merger with Intu Properties, the British property company said today.
Dublin-based financial services firm IFG Group has announced an overhaul of its senior management team.
The departures road at Dublin Airport's Terminal 1 will be temporarily closed from April 17 until the end of May between 23.30 and 03.00 every Monday to Thursday night to allow for upgrade works to Terminal 1.
The Central Bank suggested that Irish banks issue bonds on the understanding they would be bought by each other to promote confidence in the markets, a court has heard.
The Dublin-headquartered IPL Plastics has arranged a €400m refinancing of its existing banking facilities ahead of a potential initial public offering.
The Single Energy Market Committee has confirmed October 1 this year as the revised date for the 'go-live' of the new Integrated Single Electricity Market for Ireland.
The Government has today raised the country's gross domestic product (GDP) forecasts for the next four years.
The International Monetary Fund has said the tax cuts introduced by the Trump administration will give a temporary boost to the US economy, but the tax reform effects will wear off in two years time.
Last year the Irish economy expanded by 7.8%, but the IMF thinks about a quarter of that growth was due to the Apple iPhone.
Goldman Sachs Group passed Wall Street's expectations for quarterly profit, powered by a surge in trading revenue and higher fees from debt and equity underwriting.
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has called comments made by Fianna Fáil's housing spokesperson Darragh O'Brien the most useless contribution to the housing crisis.
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