Monday December 9, 2019

Brexit: Sterling's silver lining and Ireland's insurance losses

The best of Brexit-related developments beyond the main headlines

8th June, 2017
Brexit negotiations are due to get under way in the third week of June Pic: Pixabay


The plight of Irish exporters, who have had to deal with the sharp fluctuations in the value of sterling over the past year, has received much attention. But there has been little focus on importers, who have received a significant boost from the stronger euro, particularly when buying goods in the UK.

Two sets of figures released this week, however, have shown the benefits that have accrued to...

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