Thursday, 19 September, 2019

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The boss of Next has insisted the retailer will cut prices by around 2% if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal as he unveiled a half-year profit rise. Chief executive Simon Wolfson – an outspoken Brexiteer Read more…


The Federal Reserve is cutting rates for a second time this year while saying it is prepared to continue doing what it deems necessary to sustain US economic expansion. The Fed’s move will reduce its benchmark rate by an additional Read more…


A number of UK-exposed Irish stocks faltered on the back of the EU warning that Britain is heading for a no-deal Brexit. European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said a damaging no-deal Brexit is a very real possibility with London’s ideas Read more…


Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has told business leaders that there are “significant opportunities” for Ireland with Brexit, with firms moving here when Britain leaves the EU. Mr Donohoe made the comments at a private event held at the British-Irish Chamber Read more…


Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to fly to 84 new destinations from Heathrow after a third runway is opened. The airline said the transformation of its route network depends on how many additional take-of and landing slots it obtains when Read more…


Saudi Arabia’s energy minister has said 50% of its daily crude oil production cut by a weekend attack has been restored. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman added that full production at the state-owned Saudi Aramco, which was the target of the Read more…


Revenues at the Aughinish Alumina refinery last year increased by 15% to $757.1m (€684m) in spite of US Treasury sanctions imposed on the Limerick company’s parent firm. The US sanctions were lifted earlier this year and new accounts for Limerick Read more…


One of Ireland’s biggest fisheries bosses has warned that a ‘no deal’ Brexit will lead to “conflict and chaos at sea.” Chief Executive of the Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisations, Seán O’Donoghue, warned that port blockades across Europe could be a very Read more…


The State’s appeal of the Apple ruling will be heard by Europe’s second highest court in Luxembourg later today in what is being described as the world’s biggest tax case. A two year investigation by the European Commission concluded in Read more…


The value of Irish exports to Britain fell by 6% in July – the latest month for which figures are available – updated CSO data show. On top of that, Irish shares most exposed to the UK fell as no-deal Read more…