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Canadian technology company SOTI is to create 150 new jobs in Galway.
Sinn Féin's finance spokesperson Pearse Doherty has said his party's proposals for the upcoming Budget will focus on reducing the cost of living.
European Union finance ministers agreed today to remove the Pacific island of Palau from an EU list of tax havens.
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the level of unemployment in September fell to 5.4% from a revised rate of 5.6% in August - the lowest level since February 2008.
Nordic budget airline Primera Air has become the latest European carrier to go bust, telling staff that all flights were being halted and leaving thousands of passengers stranded.
Shares of Britain's Royal Mail deepened their slump today, hitting a record low.
Customers of a number of banks have not received social welfare payments this morning due to a system-wide banking issue.
Spanish lender Bankinter has ruled out moving into the Irish mortgage market, at least in the short term.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has opened an inquiry into price competition among suppliers of foreign currency conversion services and would investigate the ability of potential entrants to compete.
The National Treasury Management Agency said yesterday it plans to issue its first "green bond" during the final quarter.
Ryanair said its passenger numbers in September rose by 6% to 12.6 million despite two days of pilot and cabin crew strikes in five countries.
Oil markets rose today, with Brent crude holding above $85 and near four-year highs reached the previous day as markets prepare for tighter supply once US sanctions against Iran kick in next month.
UK house prices rose only slowly again in September, extending their weak run since the 2016 Brexit vote, according to data published today by mortgage lender Nationwide.
Ireland's economy could benefit to the tune of €27 billion in the long term by supporting people over 55 to continue working, according to new research by PwC.