Monday August 17, 2015
Japan's economy shrank at an annualised pace of 1.6% in April-June as exports slumped and consumers cut back spending, adding pressure on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to step up his policy drive to lift the economy out of decades of deflation.
Friday August 07, 2015
Allied Irish Banks is cutting its standard variable mortgage rate for both new and existing mortgage customers by a quarter of one percentage point. The AIB standard variable rate will fall to 3.7% from 1 October.
Saturday July 11, 2015
.Eurozone finance ministers have adjourned their crisis meeting on Greece until tomorrow morning.
Wednesday June 24, 2015
Developing countries are losing around $100 billion a year in revenues because foreign investors are channelling profits through offshore zones to avoid tax, a study by UN think-tank UNCTAD has said.
Wednesday June 17, 2015
The European Commission is to relaunch plans for a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base, which will be mandatory for multinational companies operating in the European Union.
Monday April 13, 2015
Business and employers group Ibec is forecasting very strong economic growth this year, and more than half of member firms surveyed said they expect to award pay increases.
Monday March 30, 2015
British Prime Minister David Cameron today announced the start of the campaign for Britain's 7 May general election.
Tuesday February 24, 2015
The construction sector is growing faster in crisis-hit Greece and in Spain than it is here, despite higher overall growth in the Irish economy, according to new EU data.
Friday February 13, 2015
The State paid just more than €1 billion in interest on its International Monetary Fund bailout loans last year, according to figures from the National Treasury Management Agency.
Thursday February 12, 2015
Today in Dublin a different type of tax conference is taking place.