European stocks rose the most in six weeks as data from the United States showed housing and industrial activity increased in March.
Former Anglo chief Sean FitzPatrick has been found not guilty on all counts in the Anglo bank trial.
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NAMA likely to make a profit, chairman says, Revenue collects 3.3% more tax in 2013 and Irish Dairy Board to create 50 jobs as sales rise five per cent.
There is "every prospect now" that the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) will make a profit, its chairman Frank Daly said.
The Revenue Commissioners collected €37.87 billion in tax last year, up 3.3 per cent on 2012, its annual report shows.
Shares in Irish Residential Property REIT began trading on the Irish Stock Exchange today, rising to €1.04 from an issue price of €1.
Aurivo, the former Connacht Gold, said operating profit last year rose to €5.25 million from €1.75 million as turnover grew by 11 per cent to €454 million.
A shock drop in March euro zone inflation to its lowest level since November 2009 was confirmed today, keeping pressure on the ECB to intervene should prices not rebound.
Half of Irish households are forced to go into debt just to pay essential bills, new research has found.
European shares bounced back from the previous session's losses after China reported economic growth a touch above forecasts while a rise in retailer Tesco also lifted markets.
Defunct bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has given up plans to rebuild under bankruptcy protection and has asked a Tokyo court to allow it to be liquidated.
China’s expansion moderated to the weakest pace in six quarters and property construction plunged, testing leaders’ commitment to keep reining in credit.
The Irish Dairy Board has announced plans to create 50 new jobs in Cork as turnover rose by five per cent last year to €2.1 billion on the back of record sales of Kerrygold butter.
Yahoo gain posted anaemic quarterly revenue growth as the internet company's advertising business continues to lag its rivals.
Tesco, Britain’s largest retailer, reported a second straight decline in annual profit after sales slumped amid an onslaught by discounters.
Standing charge for water likely to be under €50 a year, Noonan pledges to widen tax bands in budget and just paying bills leaves half of households in debt.
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European stocks furthered their decline this evening after reports that Russian troops had entered villages in eastern Ukraine and German confidence data eroded investor confidence.
Insofar as government has been communicating a coherent message this year, one of its refrains has been that after years of austerity, help is on the way this year.
German wind turbine manufacturer Enercon has opened a new European sales office in Santry.
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Three companies to create nearly 50 jobs in Dublin, Providence confirms Barryroe talks as shares surge and AIB names Stephen White as chief operating officer.
European shares were little changed as investors weighed violence in eastern Ukraine and worse-than-forecast German confidence data.
An Italian court ruled that former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi must visit a centre for the elderly at least once a week as he serves a one-year sentence for tax fraud doing community service.
The euro zone's trade surplus widened in February from a year earlier on rising exports with imports unchanged, the EU's statistics office Eurostat said.
Providence Resources said it is "in commercial discussions with a number of interested third parties" in relation to its Barryroe oil field off the Cork coast.
Three companies have announced plans to create nearly 50 jobs in Dublin between them.
European banking stress tests to be carried out this year represent "another step for us here in Ireland in restoring our banking sector", the Central Bank's Cyril Roux said.
AIB has announced the appointment of Stephen White as its new chief operating officer.
Goodbody Stockbrokers has raised its forecasts for domestic demand in the Irish economy to 2.5 per cent this year and 2.7 per cent next year.
Debenhams, Britain's second largest department store group, posted a 24.5 per cent fall in first-half profit.
Google has acquired solar-powered drone maker Titan Aerospace as the web search giant ramps up plans to deliver wireless internet access to remote parts of the world.
Hospitals face cuts if top-ups not stopped, SuperValu closes gap on Tesco in retail market and women settling for less pay than men.
US president Barack Obama warned Russian president Vladimir Putin of further consequence over Ukraine after clashes in the east of the country turned deadly.
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German discount retailers Aldi and Lidl now boast more than 15 per cent of the Irish grocery market, new figures show.
European shares extended their losses as fresh tension in Ukraine prompted investors to shun cyclical sectors such as travel and technology.
Medical devices firm to create 270 jobs in Limerick, construction sector grows at fastest pace in eight years and Aldi and Lidl boast more than 15% of Irish grocery market.
Ethicon Biosurgery Ireland will invest €80 million in a new manufacturing facility in Limerick, creating 270 jobs over the next five years.
The general government deficit fell to 7.2 per cent of gross domestic product last year from 8.2 per cent in 2012, the CSO said.
Ireland's seasonally-adjusted trade surplus increased by €127 million, or four per cent, in February to €3.2 billion, the Central Statistics Office said.
Mario Draghi's latest warning about the euro marked the strongest stance yet taken by the ECB president since he began complaining about the euro’s rise in early March.
The Irish Stock Exchange has changed its corporate structure to become a public limited company, providing it with with greater flexibility for its future development.
Allsop Space said it will put 224 residential and commercial properties under the hammer at its next auction on May 2, a 20 per cent increase on its February auction.
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