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DCC shares up on robust profits as it shrugs off impact of French 'Yellow Vest' protests   Stock image Operating profit at Irish conglomerate DCC was 'significantly ahead of the prior year' in the company's third financial quarter. DCC told the market yesterday that despite a mild winter - a negative for sales of the company's home heating oil and gas - trading...
Two farmers who got scratch cards after hip replacement surgeries thank their lucky stars! Just days after being released from hospital with hip replacements, two farmers will appear on this week's Winning Streak after their lucky stars were pulled from the drum. Both farmers, Chris Tansey from Swinford in Co Mayo and Tommy Durr from Ballinagard in Co Roscommon received their...
Ireland must strike emergency pact with UK to ensure buses and trains can cross Border Effects: Shane Ross will set out concerns to Transport Committee. Photo: Steve Humphreys Ireland will have to agree an emergency bilateral deal with the UK to ensure cross-Border bus and train journeys are not affected by a no-deal Brexit. New agreements to avert major disruption for bus...
'New alliances with small, like-minded EU countries will be needed after Brexit' Building ties: ‘Ireland must seek alliances with like-minded EU members Ireland's ability to fend off pressure from bigger EU countries such as Germany and France on key issues will be greatly reduced after Brexit, a new report has found. A veto over a unified taxation policy will continue to protect...
Ivanka Trump blasts art exhibit featuring lookalike vacuuming The art piece by Jennifer Rubell is titled Ivanka Vacuuming. Ivanka Trump and her brothers have criticised a piece of art that uses a lookalike of her (Niall Carson/PA) Ivanka Trump and her brothers have criticised a new art exhibit featuring a lookalike of the US president’s eldest daughter. The exhibit at a Washington museum...
Niall Quinn to meet with FAI over League of Ireland plan when 'time is right' Quinn's idea is to construct academies that would offer young pros full-time training here, with the guaranteed fall-back of full-time education so they have a firm Plan B. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile NIALL QUINN says that a representative of the FAI has told him they will meet...
IKEA UK and Ireland boss quitting for US role after less than a year at helm IKEA Dublin Ireland The UK and Ireland boss of Ikea is leaving after less than a year in the role to head up its US arm. Javier Quinones is departing to become retail manager in the US next month, after just eight months in his current...
Unemployment unchanged in January as Brexit looms (stock photo) Last month’s unemployment rate remained unchanged from December at 5.3pc, according to figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The figure is down from 6pc in January 2018. Overall and there were 127,300 people unemployed last month, down from 127,900 when compared to the December 2018 figure, and a decrease of 13,400 when compared to...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The dollar slipped lower against a currency basket on Monday, while the euro pushed higher...
Financial system can withstand a hard Brexit - Central Bank   Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe. Photo: REUTERS The Central Bank has been able to provide assurances that the financial system as a whole was resilient enough to withstand a hard Brexit and that the most material 'cliff-edge' financial stability risks arising from Brexit "have been largely mitigated". Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said...

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