Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Business World

Asian shares falter as US readies China tariffs Photo: Depositphotos Asian shares wobbled on Friday as investors braced for US tariffs against China, while the euro flirted with two-week lows after a cautious European Central Bank indicated it would not raise...
My sons like to sit separately from me on flights: Kirstie Allsopp The presenter revealed her children like the independence when she sometimes sits in premium economy. Kirstie Allsopp likes to fly in a separate section of the plane from her...
Trump approves plan to impose tough China tariffs The president is expected to impose tariffs on at least 35 billion to 40 billion dollars of Chinese imports. Donald Trump (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Donald Trump has approved a plan to impose punishing tariffs...
What housing minister needs now is courage Murphy's policy document on height is imminent, but will it lift Dublin's skyline 'Eoghan Murphy has put through some measures but there's a lot more to do' Photo: Keith Arkins Just when you thought we...
Mixed response from teachers to first of Leaving Cert Irish papers Stock photo There was some variation in teacher responses to the first of the Leaving Cert Irish papers . Clare Grealy of Dublin’s Institute of education, said higher level Paper 1...
Opinion: Thirty years on from MacSharry, we need another CAP revolution Ray MacSharry.Sean Cleary, Michael John Mullins and Joe Glynn making a cock of hay near Tuam, Co Galway. Photo: Ray Ryan For an agricultural consultant, the busiest time of year...
Four credit unions join forces to 'cultivate' a special loan package for local farmers Ear to the Ground presenter Darragh McCullough will launch the ‘Cultivate’ scheme at the Corrin Marts Complex next Tuesday Four Cork credit unions have joined forces to...
Draghi bets eurozone can ride out storm as QE to end ECB President Mario Draghi. Photo: REUTERS European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi said the eurozone economy is strong enough to overcome increased risk, justifying the ECB's decision to stop...
China wasn't invited to Singapore summit - but got everything it wanted Chinese President Xi Jinping wasn’t invited to the Singapore summit but will have been pleased with its outcome Not so long ago, China was written off as a bystander...
China raises import duties on American products as ‘trade war’ intensifies China ‘doesn’t want a trade war’ but has to ‘fight back strongly’, said a Commerce Ministry statement. President Donald Trump has announced that the US will impose a 25% tariff...

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