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Moving target? ECB looking at inflation goal

Moving target? ECB looking at inflation goal

The bank's staff are informally analysing its policy approach, including the question of whether the current target of consumer price growth 'below, but close to, 2 per cent' is still appropriate

No-deal Brexit could trigger 'year-long' UK recession

No-deal Brexit could trigger 'year-long' UK recession

The Office for Budget Responsibility also says tax and spending proposals made by Johnson and Hunt would be likely to increase government borrowing by tens of billions of pounds

Boeing Max crisis clouds airlines' 2020 vision

Boeing Max crisis clouds airlines' 2020 vision

Ryanair is likely to receive barely half of the 58 planes it was expecting for the 2020 peak schedule, estimating that the reduction will wipe 5 million passengers from its full-year tally

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'

Gallagher makes timely switch to Wells Fargo

Gallagher makes timely switch to Wells Fargo

Daniel Murray on the week in business

Money & Finance: Show some fee enterprise

Money & Finance: Show some fee enterprise

Inertia on ‘astronomical’ broker charges could be costing you a lot of money

Educate yourself before you start investing

Educate yourself before you start investing

The tax take: It’s all about making the statistics count

The tax take: It’s all about making the statistics count

Figures collected by Revenue and the CSO on income tax returns should be used to improve fairness and accuracy

Thoughts from the end of a financial era

Thoughts from the end of a financial era

As we near the close of a market cycle, smart people anticipate more global conflict and less fallout from Brexit than you might expect

Deutsche troubles are a warning to all Euro banks

Deutsche troubles are a warning to all Euro banks

German firm Deutsche’s axing of 18,000 jobs reflects the inability of the European lenders to compete on a global scale, as well as their domestic struggles

Can we talk about capital gains tax for Budget 2020?

Can we talk about capital gains tax for Budget 2020?

The last time the CGT was cut, the related tax yield increased so it makes sense to try it again

Trade deal guarantees a profitable future for EU producers

Trade deal guarantees a profitable future for EU producers

The Mercosur deal will protect climate change agreements and safeguard against low-quality food imports, while saving European companies €4 billion in tariffs

Sunday Interview: Feargal O'Rourke, managing partner at PwC

Sunday Interview: Feargal O'Rourke, managing partner at PwC

Feargal O’Rourke’s family is steeped in politics but, as he begins his second term as managing partner at PwC, he has no regrets about following a different path

‘Curiosity can lead to incredible opportunities and relationships’

‘Curiosity can lead to incredible opportunities and relationships’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet. Patricia DuChene of Wrike