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TTM to create 500 jobs in five years after Broadlake investment

The move will see Broadlake take a 30pc stake in TTM, which recruits specialist healthcare professionals in both Ireland and the UK.

Oil slides to lowest since 2003 as Iran sanctions lifted

The United States on Saturday revoked sanctions that had slashed Iran’s oil exports by around 2 million barrels per day (bpd) since its pre-sanctions 2011 peak to little more than 1 million bpd.

Government unveils €40m regional jobs fund

The Government has announced a new €40 million regional fund to boost job creation outside of Dublin.

IAG signs South America flight deal with LATAM

The agreement centers around flights between Europe and South America, benefiting customers by providing better links between the two locations and offering a greater choice of flights.

Price war means motorists set to save on petrol and diesel

IT APPEARS LIKELY that diesel and petrol prices will continue to fall as consumers benefit from lower oil prices and an extremely competitive market.

Ulster Bank approved by SBCI to offer low-cost loans

Ulster Bank is the fifth lender to win approval from the State-backed Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) to offer low-cost financing to SMEs.

Jobs boost for Dublin with 520 new positions announced

Software company Oracle has announced 450 jobs for “cloud sales professionals” in Dublin.

Food and drink exports hit record high of €10.8bn last year

New figures from Bord Bia show exports to the US increased by 40%

Irish food and drink exports rose by more than 3 per cent to a record high of €10.8 billion last year, according to new figures from Bord Bia.

This marks the sixth consecutive year of export growth with the body responsible for promoting Irish produce abroad saying increased output in key sectors, favourable exchange rate developments …

Oil could crash to $10 a barrel, petrol prices could fall to 2009 levels

Oil prices have crashed to below $30-a-barrel amid warnings the rout could reach as low as $10 and bring down petrol prices to levels last seen in 2009.

Concern for Irish exporters as sterling takes fresh pounding

The value of sterling against the dollar fell to a five and a half year low yesterday and held at six-month lows against the euro on the back of disappointing industrial production figures. Manufacturing endured its largest fall in over two years in November, highlighting concerns about the UK economy’s recovery.

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