Household purchases, which account for 70% of the economy, to drive growth
Number of jobless fell 7,000 in Q4 to 1.6m leaving unemployment rate at 4.8%
Ibec group says Ireland’s largest indigenous sector faces major challenges in years ahead
Three senior bank employees step down to face probe into Bankia’s failed flotation
‘Local Economic Indicators 2017’ looks at broadband, transport, jobs and tourism
Trade figures give first clear picture of how Britain’s EU divorce is affecting Irish trade
Former first minister says she is committed to introducing 12.5% rate
Fed chairwoman tells Congress to focus on policies to raise productivity of US economy
Chris Johns: Is the social, political and economic costs of a hard Border worth paying?
Rising fuel prices bump up cost of living and CPI measure of inflation accelerates to 1.8%
Rise in state spending, private consumption offset drag from foreign trade
Consumer sentiment on the wane as household prepare to cut back on spending
Republican plan ‘definitely not compatible’ with global trade rules, allies warn
His economic advisers, like his other ones, are not at the races
Pensioners’ household income is overtaking that of younger generation by £20 per week
GDP is expected to have grown by 4.3 % last year but is forecast to decelerate
British economic expansion likely to halve by 2018, according to European Commission
Changes were aimed at avoiding Switzerland being blacklisted as a low-tax pariah
Savills says the fall in prices at the end of last year was a result of potential buyers’ tactics
Jeroen Dijsselbloem says claims on programme exaggerated as emergency talks begin
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