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  • Ireland in 'strange' recession: Economist     Monday, 17 Mar 2014 | 6:30 AM ET

    Conall MacCoille, chief economist at Davy Stockbrokers, says Ireland is currently in a "pretty strange kind of recession" as, despite the poor GDP data, underlying conditions are "much more positive."

  • Ireland: Real recovery or all blarney?     Monday, 17 Mar 2014 | 2:45 AM ET

    CNBC's Catherine Boyle discusses the Irish economy and whether the country is undergoing a real recovery.

  • DUBAI, March 16- Dubai is considering regulatory reforms to persuade more funds to base themselves in its financial centre, though industry experts believe that other parts of its investment environment may also need to change for the emirate to compete globally.

  • McSorley's: Oldest Irish Bar's History     Friday, 14 Mar 2014 | 12:00 AM ET

    A 1956 Today show report at McSorley's Old Ale House, when the bar's century-old location was under threat of demolition from a local building project.

  • McSorley's: No Women Allowed     Friday, 14 Mar 2014 | 12:00 AM ET

    A 1970 NBC News visit to McSorley's, soon after it was sued by the National Organization for Women for its men-only policy. Interview with manager Danny Kirwan.

  • COLUMN-Candy Crush and the moat fallacy: James Saft Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 4:03 PM ET

    March 13- A game involving "moving candies to make a line of three in the same color" seems like an excellent basis for a $7.6 billion IPO to me. That game is' Candy Crush,' which is the principal ornament and money maker of King Digital Entertainment, a Dublin- based company planning a share offering this month.

  • LONDON, March 13- Irish government bond yields hit record lows on Thursday as Dublin's first regular debt auction since its 2010 international bailout drew substantial demand, cementing a return to full access to borrowing markets.

  • Brian Hayes, Ireland's deputy finance minister, comments on the country's "very successful" bond auction on Thursday and says investors shouldn't read too much into the negative GDP reading.

  • Netflix sets sights on Europe for growth Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 | 11:16 AM ET

    Netflix is betting on international expansion to keep its numbers up. The next stop is Europe, but it could be more difficult than expected.

  • *Ukraine, China slowdown and copper rout sap risk appetite. LONDON, March 13- The euro hit a new 2-1/ 2 year high against the dollar on Thursday as concerns over China's economy and international tensions over Ukraine took the fizz out of an attempted rebound in riskier assets.

  • LONDON, March 13- Irish government bond yields hit new record lows on Thursday as Dublin's first regular debt auction since its 2010 international bailout found substantial demand and cemented the return of full access to borrowing markets.

  • *Concerns over Ukraine, China slowdown and copper rout sap risk appetite. LONDON, March 13- The euro hit a new 2-1/ 2 year high against the dollar on Thursday as concerns over Chinese growth and political tensions in Ukraine took the fizz out of an attempted rebound in riskier assets.

  • *Concerns over Ukraine, China slowdown and copper rout sap risk appetite. LONDON, March 13- Concerns over Chinese growth and political tensions in Ukraine took the fizz out of an attempted rally in riskier assets on Thursday, as world shares steadied after their biggest falls for nearly two weeks.

  • *To offer 22.2 million shares at $21- $24/ share. March 12- King Digital Entertainment Plc, the maker of hit mobile phone game Candy Crush Saga, expects to be worth up to $7.6 billion when it goes public this month as the Irish company looks to take advantage of strong demand for technology investments.

  • March 12- King Digital Entertainment Plc, best known for the hit mobile phone game Candy Crush Saga, said it expects to price its U.S. initial public offering at between $21 and $24 per share, valuing the company's equity at about $7.56 billion.

  • *Portugal, Ireland outperform other euro zone bonds. *Portugal's GDP grows a revised 0.6 pct in Q4. His comments and the data accelerated a fall in the country's bond yields, which hit 2010 lows recently on increasing optimism Portugal could follow Ireland out of its EU/IMF bailout later this year.

  • LONDON, March 10- Portuguese bond yields fell sharply on Monday to near four-year lows on increasing optimism the country could follow Ireland out of its international bailout programme later this year. Ireland formally left its programme in December, becoming the first euro zone country to do so.

  • DUBLIN, March 10- U.S. fruit firm Chiquita Brands and Irish rival Fyffes, Europe's largest distributor, have struck an all-stock deal to create the world's biggest banana supplier.

  • DUBLIN, March 10- U.S. fruit firm Chiquita Brands and Irish rival Fyffes, Europe's largest distributor, have struck an all-stock merger deal to create the world's biggest banana supplier. The global banana market is controlled by four multinationals, according to the United Nations: Chiquita, Fresh Del Monte, Hawaii-founded Dole Food Company and Fyffes.

  • DUBLIN, March 7- Ireland's largest listed companies are confident over half a decade of weak earnings, gloomy outlooks and shrinking dividends are behind them and that the economic upturn under way is sustainable and sensible.

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