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A new report has highlighted the short-term risks that could affect the UK and EU during the Brexit transition period.
Shares in Jaguar Land Rover’s (JLR) owner Tata Motors fell to the lowest level in more than six years in Mumbai trading after the luxury carmaker said it was temporarily halting production because of weak demand in China.
Norwegian Air Shuttle has overtaken IAG’s British Airways as the biggest non-US airline on transatlantic routes to and from the New York area, in the latest illustration of the low-cost carrier’s move into British Airways territory.
If oil prices head above $100 a barrel, it could shave 0.2 percentage points from global economic growth next year -- but this hinges crucially on the dollar, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson has agreed to step down from his role after a sweeping restructuring of the British insurer during six years at the helm failed to translate into improved shareholder returns.
Shortly after Roman Abramovich bought the Château de la Croë property about a decade ago on the exclusive Cap d’Antibes peninsula in the south of France, the taxman came knocking.
The IMF has cut its global economic growth forecasts for 2018 and 2019, saying that the US-China trade war was taking a toll and emerging markets were struggling with tighter liquidity and capital outflows.
Former Ryanair deputy chief Howard Millar’s new aircraft leasing company is planning to raise nearly €220m through floating on the London Stock Exchange before the end of the year.
Failure to address pensions was a significant oversight.
Making a virtue of finding €1bn down the back of the sofa and seeking to secure political gain by using the bulk of the cash to shore up an out-of-control health service spending, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is getting away with the oldest of political strokes.
There was much to please business in the budget.
Budget 2019 does a little for a lot, but the opportunity has been lost to deliver adequate targeted supports for the largest private industry employer in Ireland — retail.
The Government is “slow-walking” a plan for the future of Waterford Airport, a symptom of ignoring the south-east economically in favour of more politically connected regions.
While other commentators in this supplement will have given a broader scope of the budget changes, this article will focus specifically on how the budget may help those people who work for themselves in a self-employed or limited company capacity.
The settlement relates to Residential Mortgage Backed Securities.
The increased capital spending announced in today's Budget has been welcomed by the Irish SME Association, ISME.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe announced more than €110m for Brexit-related measures across a number of departments.
Today's Budget 2019 announcement included a funding increase of €3.5m for the Data Protection Commission (DPC) which will allow the office to recruit 40 additional staff.
Irish Exporters Association: Budget shows more action needed to prepare for a potential no-deal Brexit
The Irish Exporters Association has cautiously welcomed today's budget delivered by Paschal Donohoe.
James Murdoch and a string of other Sky directors also resigned from the firm.