Danny Mccoy

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House prices nationally have risen  50%  since the trough of 2013, while rents are up over 80%  since 2010

In 1980, housing accounted for just 7 per cent of household expenditure in the Republic. By 2016, this had increased to 20 per cent, equating to an es(...)

Danny McCoy, chief executive of Ibec, at its offices on Baggot Street, Dublin this week. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ibec chief executive Danny McCoy is strumming a different tune these days but it has nothing to do with his bullish outlook on the Irish economy, whic(...)

Average rents in Dublin are now above €1,900 a month,  13.4 per cent or €229 a month higher than they were just a year ago, according to a new report

A new report has highlighted the chronic shortage of student housing in Dublin and other cities, while accusing the Government of “negligent inaction”(...)

Co-chairs Bríd Horan of FBD Holdings and Gary Kennedy of Greencore outside Government Buildings. Photograph: Leah Farrell / RollingNews.ie

The Government has brought together a team of business leaders to examine and make recommendations as to why there are so few women in senior executiv(...)

Ibec’s report comes as it aims to improve property affordability and supply. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Employment in the construction sector will need to increase by 80,000 people just to meet current demand, a report from business lobby group Ibec sugg(...)

Ibec will launch its “Better Lives, Better Business” campaign.  Focusing on four general areas – housing, planning, infrastructure and sustainability – the launch includes the publication of its Better Housing: Actions to Increase Affordable Supply report.  Photograph: Frank Miller

MONDAY Meetings: Datalex agm (EastPoint, Dublin); Art Business Summit (Adare Manor Hotel, Adare, Co Limerick); Ibec Better Lives, Better Business Ca(...)

Michael D Higgins addressing the International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Photograph: Maxwell’s

President Michael D Higgins has said that a growing form of diplomacy, dominated by narrow self-interest and dismissive of hard-won fundamental rights(...)

Customs barriers are the most concerning Brexit-related issue for Irish businesses. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Contingency planning by businesses in Ireland for Brexit will accelerate over the coming months as negotiations intensify, a report from lobby group I(...)

“Nagging questions about the relevance of our growth metrics and in particular the contribution of multinationals remain while, on the horizon, Brexit and changes to the global tax environment loom large.”

A slew of data about the Irish economy published in the past two weeks all points to a remarkable turnaround in the State’s economic fortunes. Headl(...)

The 2018 Ibec Business Leaders’ Conference is to explore the theme of the “intangible economy”, as well as the future of work, achieving sustainable growth and what it means for business

MONDAY Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Feb); German import prices (Feb). TUESDAY Results: Ferguson. Indicators: Irish overseas travel (Feb)(...)

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