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Moody’s predicts that the Covid-19 impact here will be cushioned by the tech- and drug-heavy nature of much the multinational investment. Photograph: Bloomberg

The Republic’s credit profile is “resilient” enough to withstand the cost of Covid-19, according to global ratings agency Moody’s as it predicted the (...)

Dublin during rush hour last week. How big the economic hit will be in the Republic is dependent on how long the lockdown stays in place. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The doomsday predictions have started. The Economic and Social Research Instiute (ESRI)last week forecast the Irish economy could shrink by 7 per cent(...)

If the State is subjected to a  period of disruption lasting until the end of August, the economy could shrink  13.1%, with potentially 318,000 people losing their jobs. Photograph: Getty Images

The Irish economy could contract by as much as 13 per cent this year with 318,000 people losing their jobs in the event of a prolonged period of econo(...)

It is unsurprising that a flash look at European consumer confidence earlier this month found levels had “plummeted” by five points in the euro zone and by 4.5 points across the wider EU. Photograph: Getty Images

MONDAY Indicators: Euro zone business and consumer confidence (March), economic, industrial and services sentiment (March), consumer inflation expect(...)

Asia is the leading geography in terms of insurance innovation. But there are a number of business lines offered in Ireland where innovation is visible, such as motor, home, life and health. Photograph: iStock

Ireland may be home to the European HQs of all of the digital giants but when it comes to innovation in insurance products and service delivery we ten(...)

You don’t need to be an expert to predict the likely impact of confining consumers to their homes for an extended period. We’re already surrounded by empty shops and closed businesses

The economy we lived in last month has vanished. Full employment, budget surpluses, rainy day funds – forget them, they’re gone. The coronavirus has (...)

A near-deserted Grafton Street in Dublin. File photograph: Dave Meehan

The Government is finalising its package to support employees and businesses through the coronavirus crisis against a backdrop of increased fears abou(...)

EY expects the Irish economy to grow by 3.4% this year. Photograph: iStock

The economy will grow by 3.4 per cent this year before moderating in the years to come, professional services firm EY said as it revised its forecasts(...)

Helena O’Dwyer, head of Wavespace at EY and Frank O’Dea, chief innovation officer at EY. The new centre, Wavespace, is part of EY’s network of 39 global innovation centres. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Consulting firm EY Ireland has opened a new innovation centre in Dublin that is set to drive the Irish business and lead to further jobs. Wavespace i(...)

KPMG UK’s culture had become marred by internal politics and bureaucracy.

When Bill Michael was elected chairman of KPMG UK in 2017 on a promise of restoring stability to both its finances and brand, he knew it would be a gr(...)

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