Average UK house price was £219,000 in August, £17,000 higher than a year earlier
BNP Paribas analysts predicts ECB will extend and amend bond-buying programme
No direct evidence yet of Brexit impact as inflation rises 0.4 per cent from August
Minister for Jobs has opportunity to silence doubters when she jets off to Silicon Valley
If Clinton wins we all go to hell in a hand basket
Investors’ concern about a ‘hard Brexit’ has sent the pound to a three-decade low – but how does it differ from a “soft” option?
Latest CSO trade numbers suggest value of exports rose 16% to €10.3bn in August
British attorney general tells senior judges the challenge to stop Brexit is seeking to invalidate Britain’s vote to leave the EU
Euro zone inflation just 0.4% in September on an annual basis
Steep drop in sterling attracts overseas buyers from Hong Kong, China and South Africa
State incentives have long favoured buyers of ‘new’ homes, to incentivise new construction
The acronym “quango” has become a term of derision, with connotations of waste, excess and freeloading: but that image is unfair and unfounded
Almost 900 applications made to Insolvency Service of Ireland in third quarter of this year
Ireland has already signed off on deal rejected by one of Belgium’s regional parliaments
Price of sterling, trade deals and migration rules could have serious ramifications
Brexit is going to cause huge problems for supply chains which bring products to consumers
Bank of England governor asserts independence from government following comments by Theresa May
Collapse in value of sterling has wiped out profit margins of producers selling into UK
Governor Mark Carney says bank’s job is to target inflation, not the exchange rate
Partnership led by billionaire John Malone pays €150 million for three Dublin hotels
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