Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Brexit shadow hanging over tourism despite growth

Brexit shadow hanging over tourism despite growth

While the fall in sterling has made holidays and short breaks in Ireland more expensive for British visitors, it has also made Britain more affordable for visitors from some of Ireland’s key markets

Providence extends payment deadline again

Providence extends payment deadline again

Shares rise after statement says payment from Chinese partner 'expected to be completed shortly'

Central Bank given new power as risks rise

Central Bank given new power as risks rise

A ‘Systemic Risk Buffer’ will give the regulator the ability to require banks to hold extra capital to protect themselves against potential risks to the financial system

Don't waste corporation tax 'surprise', warns Ibec

Don't waste corporation tax 'surprise', warns Ibec

Its pre-budget submission calls for a new Commission on Taxation, a renewal of the help to buy scheme, a land value tax and more support for indigenous businesses

C&C exit latest blow to Dublin market

C&C exit latest blow to Dublin market

The drinks group said most of its revenues, earnings and activities now came from the UK following its acquisition of distribution company Matthew Clark Bibendum last year

Export boost keeps services sector growing

Export boost keeps services sector growing

The latest survey of the services sector provides more reassuring news about the Irish economy after manufacturing activity declined for the first time in six years in June

More pressure zones added as rents keep rising

More pressure zones added as rents keep rising

The Residential Tenancies Board has been given new powers and can now investigate and sanction breaches of the rules governing rent pressure zones

Lobbying watchdog wants more powers on 'cooling-off' rules

Lobbying watchdog wants more powers on 'cooling-off' rules

SIPO's 2018 lobbying report records the first breach of the rules covering public officials moving into the private sector

House price inflation cools as supply picks up

House price inflation cools as supply picks up

A report from Daft.ie shows that more properties, 8,200, were put up for sale in May than in any single month since early 2008

Benitez's Newcastle departure a blow for Ashley

Benitez's Newcastle departure a blow for Ashley

The highly-respected Spaniard, who led Liverpool to a famous Champions League victory in Istanbul in 2005, took over at Newcastle at the end of the 2015-16 season

Long-term arrears figure rising again

Long-term arrears figure rising again

While the total number of householders behind with their mortgage payments has now fallen for 22 quarters in a row, the number in arrears for more than 720 days rose at the start of 2019

Linking tax and benefits to inflation positive but costly, ESRI finds

Linking tax and benefits to inflation positive but costly, ESRI finds

It would cost €460 million to peg taxes and welfare payments to prices and €1.2 billion to link them to wage growth

Singapore-based property group's first Dublin buy

Singapore-based property group's first Dublin buy

Mapletree is buying an eight-storey office building known as The Sorting Office in the south docklands from developer Marlet

Corporation tax levels 'long way' from normal, says watchdog

Corporation tax levels 'long way' from normal, says watchdog

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has described the government’s medium-term spending forecasts, set out earlier this year, as 'not credible'

Services surge signals strong economic growth

Services surge signals strong economic growth

New orders rose at the quickest pace for five months, with firms reporting higher demand and improved economic conditions