The past month has seen updated forecasts published on the Irish economy by the ESRI, Central Bank and Department of Finance.
Last weekend, my wife and I spent a few days tootling around Clare and Tipperary.
World stock markets have endured a difficult three months. They have been buffeted by a series of destabilising events.
The Central Bank said the true number of home completions will be around 23,500 this year and 28,500 in 2019. But its new research is unlikely to put the controversy over counting new homes to bed any time soon, writes Eamon Quinn.
America’s trade deficit widened in February, reaching the largest monthly gap between exports and imports of goods and services in a decade.
In its search for a new post-Brexit friendly EU neighbour, Ireland could do worse than look to the Netherlands, with both having much in common in a changing EU, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
Is it time to redouble Ireland’s efforts to attract US corporations to invest in the economy? asks Joe Gill.
QF9 was the call sign used by the Australian airline Qantas earlier this week for the first non-stop flight between Perth and London.
Imagine the UK government has made an emergency announcement, after extensive consultation with employers, employees, students, and civil servants, writes Joe Gill.
The UK and EU have been outlining their preliminary positions on the shape of any future post-Brexit trade deal ahead of the EU heads of state summit later this week, writes Oliver Mangan.
Strong support is needed for our domestic base through what looks set to be tricky times — a challenge that could be as great as that of 2011, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
The response of other trade blocs to America’s move will hurt, writes John Whelan.
Kieran Bermingham dismisses any notion that Na Piarsaigh focused on the All-Ireland club final from a long way out. The selector stresses that their St Patrick’s Day clash with Cuala is just the last step in a long journey.
Opportunity knocks on Sunday as the men’s and women’s Munster Senior Cup finals take place at Garryduff with the potential for new names to claim the trophy.
Last week’s meeting of the ECB Governing Council saw no changes to its key interest rates.
A large squadron of chickens is coming home to roost around Brexit.
UK proposals spell added costs for doing business, writes John Whelan
A scathing report by the UK’s Treasury Committee into the way RBS treated small firms highlights the need for greater competition and tougher regulatory controls, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
There has been a lot of commentary about how the UK economy has held up better than expected since the vote for Brexit in June 2016, writes Oliver Mangan.
The trade balance is firmly in Ireland’s favour for the first time in decades, writes John Whelan