The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co  Dublin. The company, along with  C&C, Allegion, Intel, Norwegian Air, RB, Saint Gobain Group, Amazon, American Airlines, Visa and Twitter, will be posting their results on Thursday.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

MONDAY Results: Trinity Biotech, Xerox. Indicators: German PPI (Sep). Meetings: CPL Resources agm (William Fry, 2 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2);(...)

Karlin Lillington: “We need to talk about the kind of city we want before more tech firms arrive”

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society managing director, Michael Fingleton, approved over €6 billion worth of property loans on which the lender su(...)

Lending volumes shot up through late 2016 and early 2016 from low levels and have now topped out

Mortgage lending is stalling. Having grown very strongly over the past couple of years, the latest figures show that growth in new loan approvals has (...)

The Economist says residential property prices in Dublin are overvalued by 25 per cent when compared with incomes.

Thinking of buying a home or an investment property this autumn? Or maybe you’re selling? If you are then you’ll be wondering where house prices will (...)

Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) owns the affected land around Leopardstown Racecourse and says it has plans to develop it. Photograph: Inpho

A row has erupted over a controversial decision by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to place land around Leopardstown Racecourse on its Vacant Si(...)

Brexit: Can a solution to the impasse can be found ahead of the European Council summit next week? Photograph: Getty

This week’s Brexit shambles shows that the UK has no coherent position on where it wants to be heading in phase two of negotiations with the EU, accor(...)

Davy chief economist Conall Mac Coille said banks are close to exhausting their allocation of unrestricted money for mortgages.

House price rises will cool next year, especially in Dublin, as banks hit the limit on money they can lend outside of the current mortgage lending rul(...)

The British economy may lose growth momentum as the government’s failure to define its Brexit target creates investment uncertainty. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

Irish currency analysts have poured cold water on predictions that the euro is headed for parity with sterling despite another marked descent in the v(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan with governor of the Central Bank Philip R Lane. Are they right to dismiss the warnings of impending property bubble? Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

On the way down, we convinced ourselves it wasn’t happening, or at least most of us did. Warnings about the unsustainable nature of the Irish housing(...)

Traders work on the trading floor of ETX Capital in London on June 9th as markets open the day after Britain held a general election, in which the ruling Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority. (Photograph: AFP Photo)

The UK election result “will add pressure to Irish exporters to the UK following just 2.4 per cent export growth in 2016, the worst performance in fou(...)

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