Bank of England governor Mark Carney reiterates stance on interest rates, or does he?  Photgraph: Suzanne Plunkett/AFP/Getty Images

(...)’s Financial Policy Committee. That’s the other side of the coin to his remarks to MPs last week: the Monetary(...)

The GAA pitch beside Coláiste Ghobnait on Inis Oírr. Photograph: Cormac Coyne

(...) development and publication of a policy on Gaeltacht provision with a view to strengthening Irish(...)

The report says that much of the extra investment needed should be funded by part of the proceeds of the planned privatisation of the bank shares currently in public ownership

(...) back into government policy, Mr Sweeney said investment was required across a wide range of areas(...)

Friends First chief economist Jim Power says the biggest threat to the economy remains political

(...) needed in areas of fiscal policy and competitiveness. “Over the past couple of years the economy has(...)

The Bank of England said buy-to-let lending “may have implications for financial stability,” and that it was monitoring developments “closely”. (Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire)

(...) to support lending in a downturn. The BOE’s Financial Policy Committee intends gradually to(...)

Tokyo stocks closed above the 20,000 line for the first time in more than threemonths after the government unveiled better-than-expected datas in Japanese companies capital spending during the second quarter. The Nikkei Stock Average gained 264.93 points, or 1.34 per cent, to close at 20,012.40. (Photograph: FRANCK ROBICHON/EPA)
Asian shares climb higher

(...) support measures. “This indicates that pressure on economic growth has eased and fiscal policy has had(...)

Coal-fired generators in Hebei, China. The successful development of clean energy is likely to rely heavily on investment by the private sector. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images

(...) policy failed to raise the price of pollution as expected, disappointing investors in clean technologies(...)

(...)’s pretty hopeless energy policy.  Instead of financially penalising EU countries that do not meet the(...)

For those of us who remember the 1970s, New York in 2015 is so safe it’s surreal. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) we have too much regulation. Housing policy The good news is that this is an issue over which(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: Said Ireland was “determined to play its part” in reaching an historic agreement. Photograph: Bloomberg

(...) on Ireland’s policy stance, saying she did not like to talk specifically on a political matter. “I(...)