Brexit breakdown: Six questions you may have about the border agreement answered
Colm Kelpie breaks down what the Brexit border agreement means for Ireland.
Colm Kelpie breaks down what the Brexit border agreement means for Ireland.
Any infrastructure on the border will give violent dissident republicans an opportunity to rally,...
Irish exporters that go through Britain to get their produce to mainland Europe or further afield should still be able to do so after Brexit, the Revenue Commissioners expect.
Friends First chief economist Jim Power has warned that policy makers must place more emphasis on supporting the home-grown economy in order to reduce reliance on volatile corporation tax...
Did I hear correctly? Did David Davis say yesterday that he wants to see "regulatory alignment" between the EU and UK post-Brexit?
The unemployment rate peaked at a significantly worse level in 2011 than was thought at the time, new data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) shows.
First news of a deal, then suddenly no deal. What is going on?
Tax receipts for the year are on target, with €47.29bn collected into the State's coffers at the end of November.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is partnering with Dutch lender Rabobank to provide €200m in cheap loans to Irish SMEs in the farming and food sectors.
Sitting in his office in Greencastle, Co Donegal, John O'Kane points to a map of Ireland and Britain.
The State's budget watchdog has warned there isn't a credible plan for prudent management of the public finances over the coming years.
Frances Fitzgerald’s resignation will, one hopes, now allow the Government to focus its attention back on the crucial issue facing the State –...
There will be severe consequences if a customs and border solution for Ireland is not designed and developed now to be ready for Brexit, according to a report by a former head of Swedish Customs.
The Border issue is much more likely to scupper a deal at December's key Brexit summit of EU leaders than money or citizens' rights, the head of a UK-headquartered think-tank has said.
UK economic growth forecasts have been slashed on the back of poor productivity as the government forks out an extra £3bn to get firms Brexit-ready.
The European Commission has signed off on Ireland's Budget, saying it is "broadly compliant" with EU rules.
Feelings of resentment and anxiety towards Brexit are particularly acute among those living in Border counties in the Republic, as they didn't have a vote in the referendum yet will be deeply affected by what occurs, according to a study by Queen's University.
The UK government has published legislation allowing it to slap duties on imports in the event of a hard Brexit.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar threatened the Government may take Apple to court over the delay in coughing up €13bn in back taxes demanded by the European Commission.
Ireland has jumped three places in a global ranking of how well countries attract and retain talent.
About a quarter of people have limited or no idea what the Central Bank does, according to deputy governor Sharon Donnery.
Growth in the construction sector has eased to its weakest level in more than two years.
The value of cross-border merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions in Ireland next year is expected to surge to more than $20bn (€17.1bn), according to analysis by global law firm Baker McKenzie.
The British government has strongly insisted it will not allow a border separating Northern Ireland from the rest of the United Kingdom.
When Fergal Leamy (40) told the staff at Coillte's head office that he was looking to reduce numbers there to 17 from 90, it, unsurprisingly, didn't go down very well.
Apple reportedly looked around Europe and the Caribbean for a new tax shelter, settling on Jersey, after a US Senate inquiry found the tech giant avoided tens of billions of dollars in taxes by shifting profits into Irish subsidiaries.
Officials from Ireland, the European Commission and UK have been trawling through 142 areas of north/south co-operation during weeks of side talks to the formal Brexit negotiations.
Irish-owned companies with operations in the US could be hit with an "excise" tax on payments they make overseas from their American operations under the country's proposed new tax plan.
Growth in Ireland's services sector eased to its lowest in almost a year last month.
A post-Brexit hard Border will have to be policed either with cameras or "boots on the ground", a top Swiss official has suggested.
Sterling has jumped to a four- and-a-half month high against the euro amid stronger manufacturing data out of the UK.
Businesses must be prepared for the extra costs that Brexit will bring, former World Trade Organisation chief Pascal Lamy has said.
A post-Brexit hard border will have to be policed either with cameras or “boots on the ground”, a top Swiss official has suggested.
Ireland has moved up one place in a global ranking examining the country's ease in doing business.
Foreign Minister Simon Coveney has strongly signalled that Brexit negotiations could be blocked from moving on to trade talks unless Britain gives more clarity on the Border.
Foreign Minister Simon Coveney has strongly signalled that Brexit talks could be blocked from moving on to the future trading relationship unless Britain gives more clarity on the border.
The Euro weakened yesterday after the European Central Bank announced it was cutting its massive stimulus plan but extending it to run until September.
A border will have to be imposed post-Brexit regardless of any UK/EU trade deal, former World Trade Organisation (WTO) chief Pascal Lamy has warned.
The importance of keeping an open Border post-Brexit cannot be overstated, the head of Britain's biggest business lobby group has said.
A border will have to be imposed post Brexit regardless of any UK/EU trade deal, former World Trade Organisation (WTO) chief Pascal Lamy has warned.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has been forced to row back on claims that British MPs may only be given a vote on the deal pulling the UK out of the European Union after the country had quit. He said the withdrawal agreement could go down to the wire, and added that it could be that the British parliament wouldn't get a chance to examine the deal until after March 2019.
A worst-case scenario Brexit would cost the agri-food sector a staggering €5.5bn in lost exports, a European Union report has predicted.
Today's hotly-anticipated meeting of the ECB's Governing Council is a critical one that could provide "fireworks for financial markets", analysts have said.
Small businesses will have to take out a loan of at least €25,000 to qualify for the Government-backed Brexit loan scheme announced in the Budget.
Brexit Secretary David Davis has been forced to row back on his earlier claims MPs may only be given a vote on the deal pulling Britain out of the European Union after the country had quit.
How to deal with the Border issue post-Brexit looks increasingly intractable.
Eurozone countries remain vulnerable to another crisis because they don't have the fiscal space to absorb future shocks, the outgoing head of the Eurogroup has warned.
Brexit is likely to lead to a rebalancing of the profile of the Irish banking sector, with an increase in operations and its overall size, the Central Bank said.
Foyle Port is a classic Brexit case study, says its chief executive, Brian McGrath. The port, located in the suburbs of Derry city, operates cross border, with its jurisdiction stretching from the city's Craigavon Bridge to Greencastle in Donegal and across Lough Foyle to Magilligan in north west Co Derry.
Cameras and other infrastructure erected along the Border after Brexit would be deemed a "legitimate target" and so risk undoing the peace process, the UK's Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned MPs.
The UK continued to import more from the rest of the EU over the summer months than it exported, new data shows, adding weight to the argument that the EU depends heavily on the British market to sell its goods.
A package of measures, including a state-backed SME loan guarantee scheme, cash supports for farmers and extra staff for state agencies, is the "bare minimum" required to help businesses deal with Brexit, it has been claimed.
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney said there are "no funding impediments" to preparing his department to deal with Brexit, as he announced five new overseas missions will be rolled out over the next year.
The International Monetary Fund has upgraded Ireland's growth forecast for this year and next, helped by a "benign" global financial environment and a recovery in advanced economies.
The City of London could see an "avalanche" of companies leaving unless the UK government can bring some clarity to the Brexit talks and the proposed transition, the mayor of London's financial district has warned.
The Border could become a "back door" for immigration into the UK post-Brexit which the British government will ultimately move to deal with, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has warned.
The Government is only now carrying out a study to establish the volume of Irish exports that use the UK landbridge - but the results won't be due until the early months of next year.
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The average mortgage loan is now creeping back to near peak levels, the Economic and Social Research Institute (Esri) has said.
the vast majority of MEPS have urged EU leaders to postpone their assessment of whether "sufficient progress" has been made in the Brexit talks unless a breakthrough can be found in the next round of negotiations.
Almost three-quarters of insurers say the regulatory regime here is more demanding when compared with other territories or EU countries.
The tax take up to the end of September is virtually on target, at €212m below profile.
New manufacturing orders here are rising at their fastest level in more than two years.
The UK's manufacturing sector could lose £17bn a year in lost EU export revenues under a hard Brexit, a report by global law firm Baker McKenzie has warned.
Stats, the American Sports data and intelligence giant, is to open its European, Middle Eastern and African headquarters in Limerick, creating over 100 high-quality jobs by 2020.
Spanish borrowing costs jumped yesterday as investors were unsettled by the violent police crackdown during an independence vote in Catalonia.
House prices are expected to increase by at least 10pc next year as economists warn Ireland’s housing crisis won’t be solved any time soon.
It's not all about tax, it's often stressed.
The Government must use the Budget to set out a three-year plan worth around €1.2bn to fund businesses exposed to Brexit, Ibec has said.
International companies looking to Ireland post-Brexit are more interested in the Government's long-term vision for how our cities and towns will evolve than the tax offering, a senior IDA official has said.
The European Parliament has signalled that Northern Ireland should remain in the single market and customs union post-Brexit, even if the rest of the UK withdraws.
Ireland's annual price for European Union membership shot up to €2bn last year, a 20pc hike thanks to the so-called Leprechaun Economics phenomenon.
A post-Brexit transition period could last up to four years, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has said.
A post Brexit transition period could last up to four years, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has said.
Ireland has an "acute shortage" of warehousing facilities, particularly refrigeration and control, at some of the State's airports, it has been claimed.
Irish travel agents have seen a jump in demand for travel to the UK, thanks to the weak pound, an analysis by Fexco shows.
US President Donald Trump has laid out plans to slash the US rate of corporate tax to 20pc in the biggest tax overhaul the country has seen in decades.
Ireland has slipped one place to 24 in a global competitiveness ranking, while the UK is at number eight.
Around three exporting companies a week on average have been approved for a state-backed Brexit-ready grant since June.
SuperValu has managed to retain its position as the largest supermarket in Ireland despite another strong performance from Tesco.
With the UK and EU grappling to find a solution to the Border post-Brexit, a new report sets out the extent of the movement and links between the two parts of this island, and between Ireland and Britain.
Confidence among businesses and households has taken a dip, pushing an economic gauge to a 10-month low, with the Brexit talks and next month's Budget being blamed.
Theresa May has set out her plan for a two-year post-Brexit transition period under current EU rules, but again repeated that ultimately no deal would still be better than a bad deal.
The banking and financial systems are much more ready now to weather any future financial crises, European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi has said.
The Border between Northern Ireland and the Republic is an "illogical divide" that cannot be policed and should remain invisible, the European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator has said.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said Ireland would stand firm against any moves by Brussels to interfere in tax policy.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said the Government will resist any shake-up of corporate tax rules at European level that could impact Ireland.
The European Union will not allow Ireland to suffer from Brexit, the European Parliament's Brexit Coordinator as told politicians during a special meeting in Leinster House.
British retail sales surged by more than expected last month, adding to signs that the Bank of England may hike rates sooner than had been initially expected.
More than half of exporters dealing in sterling haven't hedged for the coming year, a survey suggests.
The decision by US bond rating agency Kroll to open its European headquarters in Dublin has been hailed as a "Brexit win" by IDA boss Martin Shanahan.
Having surged to a point where it looked like parity with the euro wasn't that far fetched, sterling did a sudden about-turn in recent days, giving some welcome breathing space to Irish exporters.
Insurance giant XL Group is to boost its staff here by around 25 after it announced it was switching its principal EU insurance company from the UK to Ireland as a result of Brexit.
Shoppers stocking up on cigarettes, petrol and alcohol north of the border may be behind a fall in excise duties over the last year, the Central Statistics Office(CSO) suspects.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has pledged to resist any attempts to impose a shake-up of European tax rules that would standardise the way corporation tax is calculated.
The Government has expressed fears that achieving sufficient progress in the Brexit talks by the October deadline won’t be possible.
Some Irish exporting sectors have seen their dependence on the UK market increase since the turn of the millennium, even though the exports share overall to the UK has been declining.
A shake-up of European tax rules to standardise the way corporation tax is calculated would be a more serious threat to Ireland than Brexit, the head of the State's budgetary watchdog has warned.
The current price of butter is unsustainable but the worst may be behind us, LacPatrick boss Gabriel D'Arcy has said.
Household debt as a proportion of disposable income is now at its lowest level in 13 years, data from the Central Bank shows.
Dairy group LacPatrick is ready to meet the challenges of a hard Brexit, according to its boss Gabriel D'Arcy. The dairy co-operative unveiled a new operation in Northern Ireland that will allow it to process milk on both sides of the Border.
Finding a solution to the Border post-Brexit is achievable, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has insisted.
Governor Philip Lane has suggested that rising house prices are not the fault of the Central Bank - insisting its mortgage rules are continuing to act as a brake on the market.
The amount of goods being transported by road is at its highest in eight years, but is still 50pc below its peak in 2007, official data shows.
Britain has been warned that it must not treat the Irish Border as an experimental "test case" as it grapples with its relationship with Europe post-Brexit.
Michel Barnier has accused the UK of using Ireland as a "test case" for its future customs relationship with the European Union.
The fall in tourists from Britain this year could cost the economy almost €70m, a drinks industry report has warned.
The head of Enterprise Ireland has said she has no cause for optimism over Brexit as a new survey suggests the majority of exporting firms still aren't preparing for the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
Wage increases for those in the services sector helped push up costs for businesses last month, a survey has found.
Profits trebled at listed housebuilder Cairn Homes in the first six months of the year, though the business completed the sales of fewer than 100 new homes in the period.
Technology can create an invisible border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, Britain's Brexit Secretary David Davis has said.
Technology can create a "non-visible" border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, Brexit Secretary David Davis has said.
UK construction growth has hit a year low on Brexit fears. Any fall-off in activity in the sector is bad news for Ireland, where exports of everything from timber and pre-cast concrete, to architectural and engineering services are heavily reliant on the huge British market.