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World economy forecast to grow by 3.5% in 2019,
The decision was announced after pressure from institutional investors.
Shares in Apple, the price of oil, and the euro rose in a global relief rally after US President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping declared a ceasefire in their $200bn (€175bn) trade war. However, analysts mulled how long the truce would last.
Downside risks to the eurozone outlook are growing and France is not immune, particularly against the current social backdrop, a leading economics group in London has warned.
The owners of Ashford Studios in Co Wicklow are hoping that they “can strike lucky again” after the conclusion of filming of the ‘Vikings’ series at the studios.
Populist parties gaining strength in the European Parliament Elections next May and Brexit may likely keep the pressure on European and Irish banks in 2019, a report by S&P Global Ratings suggests.
Swedish home retailer IKEA’s parent company, Ingka Group, announced its intention to reduce IKEA’s worldwide workforce by 7,500.
An action by the HSE against Laya Healthcare over the payment of charges for the treatment of private patients in public hospitals has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
Up to 400 jobs could be created in West Cork after the Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen received a €2m boost to develop a centre for agri-tech and education.
Claims over alleged failure to complete works at Dublin's Clarion Quay fast tracked to Commercial Court
A claim over alleged failure to properly complete the Clarion Quay development in Dublin's docklands is to be fast-tracked in the Commercial Court.
A €2.2m grant to enhance the development of Limerick's Digital Collaboration Centre (DCC) has been announced.
Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that the total new car registrations for the month of November were down 5.72% (643) when compared to November 2017 (682).
Ryanair has launched two new Dublin routes to Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia with both routes running twice weekly.
The results of a regional enterprise fund of more than €29m have been announced.
Retired Judge John Hedigan has been appointed as the first chairman of the new Banking Culture Board.
The former Apollo House site on Tara Street in Dublin has been sold.
Tax breaks to encourage activity in a particular area or sector can be highly successful.
An industry body has thrown down the gauntlet to retailers to be ready for Christmas, with households set to spend almost €2,700 during the period.
To even the most charitable observer, Theresa May’s whistle-stop tour of the UK has at times been Quixotic, writes Ruth McCarthy
In Ireland, one in three people over the age of 65 lives alone. According to the Loneliness Taskforce, loneliness is a health risk factor similar to obesity and can decrease life expectancy by up to 10 years, writes Ruth Doris