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#Economics

# economics - Tuesday 17 January, 2017

From Business ETC Theresa May says Britain is definitely leaving the single market Economics

Theresa May says Britain is definitely leaving the single market

Ireland is heavily dependent on UK trade, particularly in the food and drink sector.

# economics - Monday 16 January, 2017

From Business ETC Irish economic growth to slow as Theresa May signals 'clean break' with EU Economics

Irish economic growth to slow as Theresa May signals 'clean break' with EU

However, Davy corporate brokers said that the country will still have the strongest growth in Europe this year.

# economics - Saturday 14 January, 2017

Trump promises like a 'large border tax' among the biggest risks to Ireland this year

The US president-elect is also promising to go after the pharma industry.

# economics - Thursday 12 January, 2017

From Business ETC Trump promises like a 'large border tax' among the biggest risks to Ireland this year Economics

Trump promises like a 'large border tax' among the biggest risks to Ireland this year

The US president-elect is also promising to go after the pharma industry.

# economics - Wednesday 28 December, 2016

From Business ETC 'Political crap' and 'rat-infested North Korean union shops' - The business year in quotes Economics

'Political crap' and 'rat-infested North Korean union shops' - The business year in quotes

The Anglo trial and ‘fiscal space’ also drew some memorable statements.

# economics - Friday 16 December, 2016

From Business ETC Ireland breaks into the top 10 'most competitive' countries in the world Economics

Ireland breaks into the top 10 'most competitive' countries in the world

A new study found that Ireland ranked ahead of major economies like the UK and France.

# economics - Wednesday 14 December, 2016

From Business ETC Budget 2017 provided the greatest gains to those on lowest incomes Policy

Budget 2017 provided the greatest gains to those on lowest incomes

The ESRI said jobless lone parents and unemployed couples had the biggest proportional benefits.

# economics - Friday 9 December, 2016

Six months on from 'leprechaun economics', Ireland's GDP is finally bouncing back Up

Six months on from 'leprechaun economics', Ireland's GDP is finally bouncing back

GDP rose in the third quarter of 2016 after being pushed down for the first half of the year.

From Business ETC Six months on from 'leprechaun economics', Ireland's GDP is finally bouncing back Economics

Six months on from 'leprechaun economics', Ireland's GDP is finally bouncing back

GDP rose in the third quarter of 2016 after being pushed down for the first half of the year.

# economics - Thursday 8 December, 2016

From Business ETC One of the key figures in shaping modern Ireland turns 100 today Opinion

One of the key figures in shaping modern Ireland turns 100 today

TK Whitaker was just 39 when he became secretary at the Department of Finance.

# economics - Monday 5 December, 2016

From Business ETC Ireland's economic fortunes look good - but Brexit, EU tax rules and housing are wildcards Economics

Ireland's economic fortunes look good - but Brexit, EU tax rules and housing are wildcards

New ESRI research says the sustainable ‘real’ growth rate for Ireland’s economy is 3%.

From Business ETC The euro could be headed to parity with the dollar after a near two-year low Economics

The euro could be headed to parity with the dollar after a near two-year low

The common currency bottomed out after the Italian referendum result.

# economics - Sunday 4 December, 2016

Your crash course in... Why a crackdown on 'black money' has left Indians queuing for cash

A ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes has rocked the economy – but it might only be a short-term sting.

# economics - Thursday 1 December, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Why a crackdown on 'black money' has left Indians queuing for cash Economics

Your crash course in... Why a crackdown on 'black money' has left Indians queuing for cash

A ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes has rocked the economy – but it might only be a short-term sting.

From Business ETC 'We have to stay connected': Irish ex-Unilever boss pleads to avoid another Brexit Economics

'We have to stay connected': Irish ex-Unilever boss pleads to avoid another Brexit

Niall FitzGerald says it’s worrying when people blame trade for being less well-off.

# economics - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

From Business ETC The fiscal watchdog has warned of 'loss of momentum' in the economy Economics

The fiscal watchdog has warned of 'loss of momentum' in the economy

A new report said increased spending would have to be offset by raising taxes.

# economics - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From Business ETC There are now 110,000 dollar millionaires in Ireland thanks to rising house prices Economics

There are now 110,000 dollar millionaires in Ireland thanks to rising house prices

The state had one of the largest gains in household worth worldwide in the past year, a new report says.

# economics - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery

More people are joining the workforce as the number in jobs tops 2 million.

From Business ETC Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery Work

Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery

More people are joining the workforce as the number in jobs tops 2 million.

# economics - Friday 11 November, 2016

From Business ETC Trump's economic advisor says 'a level playing field' will deter US firms from moving to Ireland Policy

Trump's economic advisor says 'a level playing field' will deter US firms from moving to Ireland

The president-elect hopes to slash business taxes within his first 100 days in office.

# economics - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

From Business ETC 'They're outsmarting us' - The new US president's take on Irish business Economics

'They're outsmarting us' - The new US president's take on Irish business

The property mogul-turned-politician has taken a strong interest in the Emerald Isle in recent years.

What President Trump means for Irish businesses and the economy

The Donald is pledging to slash US corporate tax, which is likely to be bad news for Ireland.

From Business ETC What President Trump means for Irish businesses and the economy Policy

What President Trump means for Irish businesses and the economy

The Donald is pledging to slash US corporate tax, which is likely to be bad news for Ireland.

# economics - Sunday 6 November, 2016

From Business ETC 'We don't allow any politicians at Kilkenomics - that's a principle I drew up on day one' Economics

'We don't allow any politicians at Kilkenomics - that's a principle I drew up on day one'

Co-founder Richard Cook reveals his secrets to running a successful festival.

# economics - Thursday 27 October, 2016

From Business ETC The British economy is holding up in the face of Brexit - for now Economics

The British economy is holding up in the face of Brexit - for now

Official figures show Ireland’s near neighbour has delivered better-than-expected growth.

From Business ETC Most Irish companies are planning to deliver pay rises in 2017 Work

Most Irish companies are planning to deliver pay rises in 2017

Just under three-quarters of businesses expect to pay staff more, according to an Ibec survey.

# economics - Monday 17 October, 2016

The Dublin commuter counties have the highest bankruptcy rates in Ireland

Kildare had the largest share, per person, in the country.

From Business ETC The Dublin commuter counties have the highest bankruptcy rates in Ireland Policy

The Dublin commuter counties have the highest bankruptcy rates in Ireland

Kildare had the largest share, per person, in the country.

# economics - Saturday 15 October, 2016

US firms are keeping billions in offshore 'tax havens' - and Ireland is high on the list

The biggest US companies, many with offshoots here, booked a reported $2.5 trillion overseas profits in 2015.

From Business ETC US firms are keeping billions in offshore 'tax havens' - and Ireland is high on the list Policy

US firms are keeping billions in offshore 'tax havens' - and Ireland is high on the list

The biggest US companies, many with offshoots here, booked a reported $2.5 trillion overseas profits in 2015.

# economics - Wednesday 12 October, 2016

Who was this Budget for? Big business, landlords and property developers

It is summed up by the fact that while TDs will benefit by more than €50 a week, young unemployed people will get a miserly €2.70, writes AAA-PBP TD Paul Murphy.

# economics - Saturday 8 October, 2016

Your crash course in... How a troubled German bank could become the next Lehman Brothers

Deutsche Bank’s share price hit a record low after it was slapped with a multimillion-dollar fine.

# economics - Friday 7 October, 2016

From Business ETC The pound has hit a new 31-year low as traders warn 'we haven't seen the bottom yet' Finance

The pound has hit a new 31-year low as traders warn 'we haven't seen the bottom yet'

The flash crash was apparently fueled by the French president demanding tough Brexit negotiations.

# economics - Thursday 6 October, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in... How a troubled German bank could become the next Lehman Brothers Finance

Your crash course in... How a troubled German bank could become the next Lehman Brothers

Deutsche Bank’s share price hit a record low after it was slapped with a multimillion-dollar fine.

# economics - Tuesday 4 October, 2016

From Business ETC Almost none of the country's big native companies are from the west of Ireland Economics

Almost none of the country's big native companies are from the west of Ireland

The study from Investec showed that the vast majority of large indigenous firms are based in the capital.

From Business ETC 'Hard Brexit' fears have pushed the pound to multi-year lows Economics

'Hard Brexit' fears have pushed the pound to multi-year lows

The British government wants to start the EU exit process within six months.

# economics - Wednesday 31 August, 2016

"The government needs its head examined" - should Ireland really throw €13 billion back in the EU's face?

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan insists he will appeal the €13 billion Irish tax bill handed down to Apple by the European Commission.

# economics - Tuesday 30 August, 2016

FactCheck: Is Ireland actually the world's "most globalised" country?

FactCheck looks into a claim that has been doing the rounds online in recent days.

# economics - Friday 26 August, 2016

From The42 Zidane brushes aside Pique's Champions League jibe Trolling

Zidane brushes aside Pique's Champions League jibe

The defender indicated Real Madrid were the beneficiaries of a fortuitous draw.

# economics - Tuesday 9 August, 2016

Of all EU countries, Ireland will feel negative impact of Brexit the most (for up to 5 years)

A German think tank survey has found that Ireland will be impacted in both the short-term and long-term.