What it says in the papers – business pages
Here's a look at what it says in the business pages of today's newspapers:
- The latest InterTradeIreland Business Monitor shows 95pc of businesses across the island of Ireland don't have a plan for Brexit.
- Accounting and advisory services giant EY is reporting double-digit growth for the fourth consecutive year at its Irish arm, with revenues of €247m in the year to the end of June last.
- Investing in offshore wind key to meeting our future power needs – Stephen Wheeler, Managing Director SSE Ireland.
- Investors in Iceland have 'nothing to panic about' as the country may soon have a radically new coalition government.
- A significant number of Irish-based insurers, including overseas-owned firms, have considered transferring portfolios between Ireland and the UK amid Brexit uncertainty.
- A new "all-you-can-fly" airline that allows customers to fly as many times as they like for a flat fee will arrive in the Republic to cater for Brexit demand.
- The Government will spend in excess of €3bn on rent subsidies over the next five years, according to official projections.
- The Web Summit kicks off its second year in Lisbon, with 60,000 people expected to attend.
- Sterling is likely to be driven this week by the state of Brexit negotiations and UK politics, after losing support from bets on central bank policy tightening.
- Entrepreneur Mary Toner took inspiration from Airbnb and Pinterest to create online platform Bakers and Cakers which connects bakers and cake makers with customers.