Sterling rose today in volatile trade as investors braced for parliamentary votes on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit’s deal that could decide on what terms – if at all – Britain leaves the EU in less than three weeks.
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Grocery prices rise with further increases likely
Grocery prices rose 1.5pc in the 12 weeks to February 24, and further increases are likely on foot of Brexit, according to market researchers Kantar Worldpanel.
‘Memo to Safety Commissioner’
What kind of Online Safety Commissioner will the Government actually appoint? A powerful watchdog? A lame duck? Something in between?
BOI prepares sale of up to €800m in bad loans
Bank of Ireland is planning to sell up to €800m worth of non-performing loans this year as it moves to bring its balance sheet in line with European norms.
Govt publishes strategy for future needs of business
The Government is publishing details of a new approach to the future needs of businesses and workers.
Workers priced out of housing market by cash-rich investors
First-time buyers are facing stiff competition from housing associations, investment firms and State bodies when trying to buy homes, a new report says.
Bolder than expected: ECB pushes out rate hike and showers banks with yet more cash
The European Central Bank pushed out the timing of its first post-crisis rate hike until 2020 at the earliest and offered banks new rounds of multi-year loans in a bid to revive the currency bloc’s slowing economy, it said on Thursday.
More women holding top roles in Ireland – but gender balance action ‘must not be rushed’
More women are holding senior management roles in Ireland but, while gender balance at the top level is still a way off, the strategy to address the issue must not be rushed according to the head of Grant Thornton in Ireland.
Modest pick up in mortgage approvals in January
The number of mortgages approved by banks here fell by 3.4% in the year to the end of January, new figures show.
Group warns of impact of Brexit legislation on duty free sales
An organisation representing those involved in sales of duty free here has warned Government changes to draft laws designed to prepare the country for a no-deal Brexit will prevent the sale of such products at Irish airports.