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Dublin viewed as finance haven

Dublin viewed as finance haven

As Brexit continues to take over almost all news sources, there has been some positive results occurring due to the uncertainty. Although very minor in the overall machine that is Brexit, Dublin has seen a huge influx of businesses and operations moving from London....

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Boeing model grounded

Boeing model grounded

The latest Boeing model 737 has been grounded throughout the EU and a host of other countries around the world. This is in the wake of two fatal crashes in the past six months. The most recent crash claimed the lives of 157 people including one Irish passenger,...

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Ryanair makes shareholder and Boeing announcement

Ryanair makes shareholder and Boeing announcement

Ryanair and Brexit changes Ryanair has made a number of announcements this week which may affect the operating of the company in the near future. Restrictions in regards to buying and voting right for UK shareholders and the ordering of new Boeing planes may have...

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Superdry faces board battle

Superdry faces board battle

Superdry is facing both job losses and a battle between its board and co-founder of the company Julian Dunkerton. Both issues have arisen in the wake of a dismal year for the company which saw share prices drop by almost 70% and a huge decline in sales reported the...

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Aviva makes profit and Brexit announcements

Aviva makes profit and Brexit announcements

Aviva one of Ireland leading insurance companies have announced an increase in operating profits of almost 15% even in what it calls a difficult climate. A key sponsor of several leading Irish sports teams and stadiums, Aviva is synovitis in Ireland as one of the...

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US Investment Set To Continue

US Investment Set To Continue

US investment has continued to increase as Ireland's economy continues to show all the right signals. Investment has been seen across the board but primarily in the commercial and residential building and of course through tech companies which continue to dominate the...

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Brexit looms closer with continued uncertainty

Brexit looms closer with continued uncertainty

As Brexit looms closer it seemed the uncertainty has continued to affect huge swaths of the Uk economy. As we all know our Newsfeeds have been full of Brexit talk over the past couple of months and this seems set to continue. Primarily due to no fomral agreement...

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Revolute struggle during a week of negative reports

Revolute struggle during a week of negative reports

Revolut the digital fintech giant has faced a week of controversy and departures due to oversights in regulatory rules. UK financial watchdogs are looking into the rapid growth of the company and issues which have emerged regarding the reporting of potential money...

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Denis O’ Brien loses defamation case

Denis O’ Brien loses defamation case

In the early hours of Saturday morning, 02/03/2019 the news broke that Denis O'Brien had lost his long-standing defamation case against the Sunday Business post. Having won a number of defamation cases throughout the years, this was the first he lost and some saw this...

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Ires Reit announce good news for shareholders

Ires Reit announce good news for shareholders

It has been another positive week for shareholders in Ires Reit as they made a number of big announcements concerning recent purchases and profits made by the company. As Irelands largest private property holder everything seems to be positive at the moment. Profits...

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Samsung and Huawei announce new models

Samsung and Huawei announce new models

Huawei and Samsung have both announced new smartphones and also the first foldable smartphones in less than a week of each other. The tech giants made a public announcement in recent days focusing on the new phone designs and features of updated models. These...

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Glanbia exceeds targets

Glanbia exceeds targets

Glanbia's end of year results has surpassed both forecaster and Glanbia officials’ expectations for the year. Spokespeople for the company have based the positive performance on continued trust in the brand and the quality of products they produce. They also commented...

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Fracking Industry Under Fire

Fracking Industry Under Fire

The UK fracking industry is coming in for further debate and criticism as the aim to change the current t legislation which requires them to halt production should they trigger tremors of more than 0.5. What is fracking? According to Ecotricity “Fracking (or hydraulic...

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House and Rent prices continue to rise but at a slower rate

House and Rent prices continue to rise but at a slower rate

House prices across rural Ireland have increased by a higher percentage than Dublin for the second year in a row, however, the median price difference still remains roughly €120,000 new CSO figures have shown. In recent months, the price increase has slowed down, but...

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Ulster banks announcements

Ulster banks announcements

Ulster bank reported a small profit margin of €15 million in 2018 for the Republic of Ireland and a €51 million profit for Northern Ireland as they also announced the possibility of the future sale of nonperforming loans. The banks nonperforming loans make up more...

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Japan trade deal stalled

Japan trade deal stalled

Both the Irish Times and Financial Times have reported in recent days on the failure of Briatin to secure a better trade deal with Japan as the run-up to Brexit continues. The talks have stalled recently as negotiations between Briatin and the EU have intensified....

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ASDA-Sainsburys faces crunch decision

ASDA-Sainsburys faces crunch decision

On Friday Tom Espiner, business reporter for “BBC News” took to their website to announce that an agreement may have been reached by Sainsbury and Asda and that this could completely reshape the United Kingdom’s supermarket sector. Sainsbury's and Asda are eagerly...

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Seaborne freight deal scrapped

Seaborne freight deal scrapped

Seaborne freight no-deal ferry has been scrapped. In the early hours of Friday, the news broke and came as a shock, it was reported in a variety of news sources including the BBC and Evening Standard. Originally, seaborne freight had plans to launch their services...

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Seven UK councils sue Barclays over high-cost loans

Seven UK councils sue Barclays over high-cost loans

On Thursday, the Banking correspondent of The Guardian Kayleena Makortoff reported that Barclays has been sued over high-interest rates placed on loans. The assertions of this legal claims were no longer in doubt as videos began to spread like wildfire with most...

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Tesla records profit as issues stabilize

Tesla records profit as issues stabilize

On Wednesday BBC News announced through their online news outlet that Tesla: the well-known automobile icompany recorded profit in its business sales despite recent issues the company has faced. The BBC noted that in the three months to the year-end on 31st December...

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