Prolonged political uncertainty in Britain is forcing finance directors to cut costs and hold off hiring to help companies prepare for an unpredictable year ahead, … Read more
Irish consumer sentiment weakened for the third month in a row in September as the failure of the UK and the European Union to agree … Read more
The number of social homes being built in rural England has fallen by more than 80% in the last six years.
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New 25% U.S. tariffs on Italian cheese, French wine, Scotch whisky, British biscuits, Spanish olives and thousands of other European food products will lead … Read more
The decline in the cost of goods in British stores accelerated in September as the nation’s retailers cut prices in the face of stiff competition … Read more
Italy’s unemployment rate dropped to 9.5% in August, a fall of 0.3 of a percentage point on the previous month, taking it down to the … Read more
Europe’s largest economy is not facing a bigger downturn or a pronounced recession after contracting slightly in the second quarter but there are no signs … Read more
Britain’s economy looks to be on track for its first recession since the financial crisis, as growth in the important services sector slows.
The closely … Read more
Germany’s coalition government would be prepared to ditch its balanced budget rule and take on new debt to counter a possible recession, according to a … Read more
Germany’s Federal Statistical Office (Statistisches Bundesamt) announced on 14 August 2019 that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.4 percent in the first … Read more
Irish manufacturing growth slowed in July at the fastest pace since April 2013, with output contracting at the sharpest and fastest rate in more than … Read more