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Anti-Brexit campaigners  outside the British Houses of Parliament on Wednesday. What’s most surprising in the Brexit jigsaw is the resilience of the UK economy. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Two weeks ago when David Davis exited the UK cabinet in protest at the so-called Chequers deal, the markets and sterling took a vaguely positive view (...)

KBC Group in Brussels affirmed its commitment to the Irish market in February last year, ending years of speculation. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

KBC Bank Ireland paid a €220 million dividend to its Belgian parent last year, according to its chief executive, as the lender began repaying its €1.4(...)

News of the decision by Apple went global this week, with reports on its decision not to invest in Ireland being carried in major publications in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

IDA Ireland has said that Ireland has lost a “global calling card for the west of Ireland” by missing out on a $1 billion investment by Apple in Athen(...)

In February RaboDirect  said its decision to withdraw from the Irish market after 13 years was driven by its parent, the Rabobank Group, “to simplify its business model across the world and reduce costs”

Online savings bank RaboDirect is urging customers to close their accounts before the bank shuts its doors in Ireland on May 16th. Otherwise they risk(...)

 ‘Irish savers would mostly be better placed seeking out alternatives to ploughing funds into a savings account on a monthly basis.’ Photograph: iStockphoto.com

As RaboBank gears up to exit the Irish market in May, its 90,000 customers will now have to seek out savings and deposit accounts elsewhere. But finan(...)

Britain’s top Brexit official, David Davis, in Vienna this week: some Europeans, he said, “fear Brexit could lead to an Anglo-Saxon race to the bottom with Britain plunged into a Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction”.

UK Brexit secretary David Davis this week ruled out a “Mad Max-style” dystopia in Britain after it leaves the EU, dashing hopes Theresa May, Boris Joh(...)

The bank says it has decided to withdraw from the Irish market after 13 years following “moves by our parent, the Rabobank Group, to simplify its business model across the world and reduce costs”.

RaboDirect Ireland, an online savings bank owned by the Dutch lender Rabobank, will quit the Irish market in May. The bank has up to 90,000 Irish cust(...)

Ardagh said that closing the five-year facility further diversified its funding sources and enhanced its capital structure.

Irish packaging giant Ardagh will have the scope to borrow up to €720 million following a deal with a group of lenders led by Citi and Bank of America(...)

SSE and Coilte estimate that in a typical year, the green energy produced at Galway Wind Park will offset over 220,000 tonnes of harmful CO2 emissions

The State’s largest wind farm, which is expected to generate enough renewable energy to power more than 140,000 homes, has entered commercial operatio(...)

Computer generated  image of  Charlemont Exchange in central Dublin   after its €100 million redevelopment

Marlet Property Group has appointed Walls Construction as the lead contractor on a €100 million development planned for its Charlemont Exchange build(...)

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