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Practice News Archives - Kelly Rahill Accountants
The Irish Accountancy Awards 2016
We are delighted to announce that Kelly Rahill & Co have been short-listed in The Irish Accountancy Awards 2016 in the category of Medium Practice of the Year!
Wexford company Taoglas opens ‘first of its kind’ $2m facility in San Diego
The new facility, which is the first of its kind in North America, will offer device designers and manufacturers a fully equipped design and testing location.
Stocks, commodity currencies slide as oil falls back below $30
World stocks were set for a third straight week of losses on Friday and commodity currencies took another drubbing as oil prices fell back below $30, keeping alive concerns about global growth.
Register for commercial property to track prices
NAMA and the Central Bank are to co-fund the development of a commercial property statistical system to provide a comprehensive database on what’s going on in the sector. Read more
Calls for energy price cuts
Energy companies have been urged to cut their prices to reflect the collapse in wholesale costs. Read more
Six resolutions to keep your money on the sunny side in the new year
The new year could be one of the best years in a long time for your finances. The economy appears to be picking up – and the tax cuts announced in the latest Budget will soon be flowing into your pay packet. Read more
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State hopes to get bailout cash back from main banks
The State could eventually recoup all the cash used to bail out AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said.
This would leave the €35 billion cost of bailing out Anglo and Irish Nationwide as the final cash cost to the exchequer from the banking collapse.
The Department of Finance has now appointed Goldman Sachs to advise on its options in relation to AIB, the Minister said in an opinion article in The Irish Times.
Euro languishes near nine-year low before US jobs data
The euro wallowed near a nine-year low as speculation grew that the European Central Bank will embark on quantitative easing soon and US jobs data will be good enough to cement the case for a rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
ECB president Mario Draghi said the bank’s governing council stands ready to take unconventional measures to stem prolonged low inflation, fuelling expectations of a policy move at the bank’s meeting on January 22nd.
The euro stood at $1.1806, near a nine-year low of $1.1754 reached on Thursday and close to $1.1747, the level at which it began trading in January 1999. Numbers released on Friday by the euro zone’s two biggest economies, France and Germany, only darkened the outlook for the 18-nation currency bloc.