Leaving EU will lead to lower living standards, billionaire investor says
But survey points to less optimistic take with more moderate growth expected
Don’t know your Efta from your EEA? Or what an acquis is? Help is at hand
Market commentators warn that scrapping scheme won’t stall property price growth
March 29th 2019 is scheduled to be the UK’s last day in the European Union
Chief negotiator Michel Barnier is joined by a team with decades of combined experience at the heart of the European Commission
Transitional arrangements needed to avoid disruption and legal uncertainty at borders
Chris Johns: Just wait until austerity-fatigued voters have to live through a Brexit-driven economic slowdown
Both France and Britain claim to be world’s fifth largest economy. Who is right?
Increased spending on infrastructure a top priority, says Minister for Finance
Planet Business: A week of stiff breezes, golden parachutes and Brexit ‘creationists’
The mooted €600m is relatively small amount to UK and issue could be easily solved
Brexit, the DUP’s shopping list, North-South trade, and the need to restore the assembly
Latest summary results suggest 79 districts have jobless rates of 27 per cent or more
New Eurostat survey suggests prices across range of products were 125% the EU average
Committee votes by five members to three to maintain the key interest rate at 0.25%
Broad welcome for new Minister for Finance who is told to invest in capital infrastructure
Jobless total falls to 47,000, the lowest level since before recession, figures show
Hike to 1.25% backed by moderate economic expansion, strengthening jobs market
Larry Broderick says AIB should set up a staff profit share scheme
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