Cantor Fitzgerald’s Alan McQuaid said the figures showed overall inflationary pressures in the economy remained fairly muted. Photograph: iStock

Consumer prices rose 0.7 per cent in the year to the end of January, as higher rents and mortgage interest hit hard-pressed consumers. But the Centra(...)

In Ireland, workers add an average of $99.50 (€87) to the value of the economy every hour they work, according to the OECD. Photograph: Suzie Howell/New York Times

Irish workers are now officially the most productive in the world, adding an average of $99.50 (€87) to the value of the economy every hour they work,(...)

January is typically the biggest month of the year for VAT as it reflects the busy November-December shopping period.

VAT receipts jumped to a record €2.7 billion in January as strong pre-Christmas sales boosted the Government’s tax take for the month. The latest exc(...)

Low-cost airline Ryanair finished Wednesday up at €11.025.  Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Stocks shrugged off any impact from the latest phase of the UK’s internal row over its departure from the European Union, dealers said on Wednesday. (...)

Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shares in builder Cairn Homes fell yesterday despite a buy recommendation from Cantor Fitzgerald Ireland analyst Darren McKinley, who set a 12-month t(...)

Pfizer ended 2018 as the second-best performing stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Pfizer issued a weaker financial forecast for 2019 than Wall Street expected, becoming the latest large drugmaker to warn about the ripple effects of (...)

Shoppers in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There’s an assumption that everybody rushes around shopping in the build-up to Christmas, so if there’s a monthly decline in retail sales in December (...)

 Shoppers in Arnotts on the first day of the store’s Christmas sale. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Retail sales fell in December, the busiest shopping period of year, according to the latest official numbers. They indicate that seasonally adjusted (...)

The NTMA said on Thursday that it also plans to auction short-term notes, known as Treasury Bills, on March 14th.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), which sold €4 billion of bonds on Wednesday, has outlined that it plans to carry out a bond auction on(...)

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) said that the notes were priced to carry a yield of -0.42 per cent

Ireland’s debt office sold €500 million of 12-month Treasury Bills on Thursday morning, hours before the European Central Bank is set to confirm that (...)

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