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Biden victory may boost Brexit talks with UK – Simon Coveney

The Minister for Foreign Affairs said a Joe Biden presidency may make some difference to Brexit negotiations, adding that the US ...
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Insurance firms anxious about rising claim costs from pandemic

More than a third of insurance firms are worried about the cost of claims, particularly from Covid-19, while 60 per ...
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EU to impose tariffs on US goods but makes last-ditch offer of further negotiations

The European Union will impose tariffs on American goods worth $4bn starting today in a tit-for-tat escalation over illegal aid ...
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Gap between highest and lowest mortgage rates at a five-year record

The gap between the highest and lowest mortgage rates has stretched to a five-year record. It comes after the launch ...
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Pandemic prompts more people to plan for their financial future – survey

The pandemic has prompted people to put more emphasis on the need to plan for their financial future. More than ...
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ESB to co-develop €3bn offshore wind farm in Scotland

The ESB has teamed up with a Chinese-owned firm to develop a €3bn-plus wind farm off the coast of Scotland. ...
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Mortgage lending hit from Covid not as big as feared – Goodbody

Improving trends in the housing market should help banks restore some of their lost income from depressed mortgage activity, according ...
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UK trade will face ‘significant disruption’ when Brexit transition ends

UK trade with the EU will face “significant disruption” when the Brexit transition ends, regardless of whether a trade deal ...
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Card spending peaked ahead of Level 5 restrictions

Credit and debit card spending dropped following the introduction of Level 5 restrictions, according to the latest data from the ...
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