Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said he does not envisage a mini-budget being implemented next year.
Ryanair has announced plans to grow its workforce in Ireland by 2,000 over the next eight years.
The Central Bank is expected to impose a large fine on Bank of Ireland tomorrow over the lender's handling of its tracker mortgage customers.
The Bank of England has said it will launch a temporary UK government bond-buying programme as an emergency move to stave off a "material risk to UK financial stability".
Large energy users and residential customers on 'smart tariffs' will see higher electricity costs during the peak hours from 5pm to 7pm.
The National Treasury Management Agency said it has completed its 2022 funding programme earlier than expected due to its strong funding position.
Repair works on tens of thousands of apartments with building defects could take up to a decade to complete, the Minister for Housing has indicated in the Dáil.
Live updates with reaction and fresh developments after the announcement of a Budget package worth €11 billion.
Sterling tumbled again today after the Bank of England said it would step in to prop up the gilt market, the latest sign of nerves in financial markets which helped nudge the dollar to its latest two-decade peak.
Apple shares fell on Wall Street today and piled pressure on other growth stocks following a report that the tech giant was dropping its plans to boost production of the latest model of its flagship iPhone.
Monthly retail sales volumes rose for the first time in four months in August, rising by 2% compared to July, new Central Statistics Office figures show today.
The Mandate Trade Union has warned that employers will use increases in social welfare rates announced in the Budget to avoid raising wages.
As the energy crisis has exposed the State's dependence on imported oil and gas, action must be taken on other options
Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end a reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said.
It became clear that by the time the winter bills started to land, the public expectation would be such that anything less than the kind of "meaningful support" announced yesterday would not wash, politically.
The Kremlin said it was "stupid and absurd" to suspect that Russia was behind gas leaks on the Nord Stream pipelines to Europe, deemed to be a "deliberate act" by the EU.
The Government has pledged to spend billions - but how much of all this extra monetary support will make it into your pocket?
Lego has today posted double-digit sales growth in the first half of the year, driven by new store openings and robust demand for its colourful plastic bricks despite rising costs and inflation hitting consumers.
A 10% levy on concrete blocks, pouring concrete and certain other concrete products in order to raise €80m annually to fund the defective blocks scheme for redress for homeowners affected by mica was announced in the Budget yesterday.
The European Central Bank may need to raise interest rates by another 75 basis points at its October meeting and move again in December to a level that no longer stimulates the economy, policymakers said today.