Amber Rudd’s return to the UK cabinet on Friday buoyed Theresa May and allowed for relative calm in financial markets. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Market concerns dissipated somewhat on Friday after UK prime minister Theresa May received support from key Brexiteers including Michael Gove and reap(...)

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The services sector continued to grow in August, shaking off a four-month low in July and a dip in the growth of new export business last month. The (...)

A  report shows that new order growth in the manufacturing sector quickened to the fastest in the year so far in August.

Activity in the Irish manufacturing sector gained momentum in August, reaching a seven-month high on the back of sharp increases in both output and ne(...)

The Investec PMI report for July shows that confidence is highest in the technology sector

Growth in the services sector slowed to a four-month low in July, but has still been expanding on a monthly basis for six years. The latest Investec S(...)

Irish services companies responded to increased demand by adding to headcounts at the fastest pace seen in 2018.

Growth in the Republic’s services sector rose to a five-month high in June, driven by stronger client demand and improved optimism, according to the l(...)

New orders received were the best seen in 2018 so far, with higher growth from both domestic and overseas customers. Photograph:  Robbie Reynolds

Ireland’s manufacturing sector continued to expand in June, in a strong finish to the second quarter, driven by higher demand. According to the lates(...)

Nama’s latest lifetime projection, issued last week, “looks very conservative”, Investec Ireland said. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) may make a €4.5 billion lifetime surplus, beating the so-called bad bank’s own current forecast by €1 bill(...)

The report indicates that the rebound from the extreme weather conditions in March continued in May.

The growth of business activity in the services sector accelerated for the second month running to the fastest since January, the latest Investec PMI (...)

President Michael D Higgins and his friend Tom Murphy about whom Mr Higgins spoke affectionately. Photograph: The Irish Times

Playwright Tom Murphy was a “great vulnerable courageous being” and a “genius that we have lost”, President Michael D Higgins has said. Addressing a (...)

Expected rents at Hampton Wood in Finglas are € 1,350 per month for a one-bed, and € 1,700 for a two-bed.

Property investment company Ires Reit is looking to beef up its rental portfolio with the acquisition of 128 apartments at Hampton Wood in Dublin 11. (...)

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