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Dominic McGrath: Battered and bruised Sinn Féin struggles to do it all again

Mary Lou McDonald’s party is battling to rebound in the UK general election, but its campaigners have little time to regroup after bruising results...

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Bank of England analysis: Little hope for June rate cut amid hot wage growth

Fresh labour market data comes as traders believe the regulator has already made up its mind about the impossibility of an interest reduction next...

11.06.2024 10

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Analysis: Next UK government may find golden goose in slowly reviving stock exchange

From Shein to Raspberry Pi, investors are hopeful that potential IPOs are a sign things can only get better for the LSE

07.06.2024 9

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Analysis: Sunak’s declaration of victory over inflation rings hollow

After many tipped June as the moment when interest rates could start to come down, investors are now paring back bets on a rate cut next month

22.05.2024 60

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Dominic McGrath: Why Bank of Ireland’s retreat from the UK market makes a lot of sense

Industry veteran Gail Goldie, chief executive of the UK arm, will know the pitfalls of the British market

19.05.2024 90

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Analysis: Hvivo Iseq exit unlikely, but talk of listing ‘review’ should serve as a warning

Prospect of a high-profile, small-cap exodus from the Irish stock exchange raises the question as to who Euronext Dublin is serving

13.05.2024 20

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What the ‘name and shame’ battle in the City means for the future of financial regulation

Irish business and our regulators are watching the row over whether Britain’s financial watchdog can maintain its independence

05.05.2024 20

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Analysis: Tory right seizes on Irish ‘hypocrisy’ as asylum row fades away in Westminster

Ireland’s emergency legislation has become something of a sideshow in the never-ending wrangling over asylum claims and illegal migration in the UK

30.04.2024 10

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Analysis: Will a clash on asylum upset Anglo-Irish relations?

UK and Irish governments have butted heads over Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda policy

29.04.2024 60

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Ben Bernake’s Bank of England review paints a sobering picture of central banks

The former Fed chairman’s critical review finds that all central banks are flailing when it comes to forecasts

14.04.2024 10

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Dominic McGrath: Why a honeytrap sexting scam has Westminster politicos agog

The curious case of a flurry of provocative WhatsApp messages has kept tongues wagging throughout the traditional Easter political break

12.04.2024 10

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Analysis: Jeremy Hunt's ‘fiscal fiction’ budget pushes difficult decisions beyond next election

The tax-cutting budget introduced today is likely do little to inspire voter confidence in Rishi Sunak's government

06.03.2024 20

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Analysis: Shein IPO will do little to shake troubled London Stock Exchange’s ‘second-rate’ status

Attracting the Chinese e-commerce giant would be a major boost to London’s exchange, but far from a panacea

29.02.2024 40

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