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1. Which company has been charged with delivering high-speed broadband to rural Ireland? 2. In which city was the new Central Bank of Ireland governo(...)

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf: “If I recall correctly that particular gentleman described our work as annoying, and one of the things I can tell you is that he may regret the fact that we will continue to be annoying.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf responded publicly on Thursday for the first time to the head of KBC Group bemoaning the regulator’s ongoing fo(...)

Sarah Lynott and Cathleen Lynott , daughters of Phil Lynott with new coin. Photograoh: Tom Honan

A commemorative silver coin marking 70 years since rock artist Phil Lynott was born was unveiled by President Michael D Higgins on Tuesday. Lynott g(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley warned that bankers are beginning to display echoes of pre-crisis hubris.

Won’t someone please think of the bankers? All these onerous rules and regulations – not to mention the relentless focus on good governance and consta(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery: ‘If supply is not responding to prices, then any move to increase the level of credit is likely to lead to higher housing costs and higher indebtedness.’ Photograph:   Nick Bradshaw

For every 12 new jobs created in Dublin over the past five years, just one new home has been built, Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery said o(...)

Prof Kieran McQuinn of the ESRI said modelling the impact of a no-deal Brexit was extremely difficult. Photograph: Jenny Barker

Brexit may have inadvertently stopped the Irish economy from overheating, a leading economist has claimed. “In a strange way it has helped cool the e(...)

John Bercow, speaker of the House of Commons, called Boris Johnson’s move a “constitutional outrage”.

The struggle in the House of Commons between hardline Brexiteers and those seeking to ensure a smooth exit from the EU escalated to outright war this (...)

Acting governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Sharon Donnery: important the State paid down its €200 billion national debt

A no-deal Brexit will have “an immediate and severe impact on almost all areas of economic activity”, the acting governor of the Central Bank of Irela(...)

Gabriel Makhlouf’s appointment was approved by the Government in May and he will take up the €286,760 post in September. File photograph: Bloomberg via Getty

The European Central Bank (ECB) raised concerns over the Government’s choice of a new governor for the Central Bank of Ireland. The Central Bank is p(...)

Secretary general of the Department  of Public Expenditure and Law Reform Robert Watt  is among those speaking at an economics  forum in September. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Robert Watt, the secretary general of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 42nd Dublin Ec(...)

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