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Sterling recovered from its sell-off in the wake of the British parliament’s Brexit votes, as investors bet the UK government would still avoid exiting the EU without an agreed trade deal in place.
Wed, 30 Jan, 2019
Financial institutions across the world have paid $26bn (€22bn) in fines for failures in money laundering and customer verification, and sanctions since the global financial crash, a new report has found.
Thu, 27 Sep, 2018
British mineral exploration company Erris Resources is to use £4m (€4.5m) in flotation proceeds to fund the development of zinc assets in Ireland and has said it is open to acquiring further mining licences here.
Fri, 22 Dec, 2017
While most London-based bankers are brushing up on their German to prepare for a move to Frankfurt post-Brexit, senior staff at French investment banks expect to say ‘oui’ to government pressure to bring jobs home to Paris.
Tue, 10 Oct, 2017
A decade after the onset of the property and banking crash, mortgage debt means households
Mon, 14 Aug, 2017
Next Tuesday, August 9, will be the 10th anniversary of one of the events that toppled the Ponzi scheme we had disastrously regarded as an exemplary way of ordering society.
Fri, 04 Aug, 2017
The European Union has approved French car maker PSA's acquisition of Opel and British brand Vauxhall from General Motors.
Wed, 05 Jul, 2017
French stocks outperformed upbeat European indices following a convincing parliamentary majority for President Emmanuel Macron, while the banks bounced following upgrades and the country’s retail sector recovered from last week’s losses.
Tue, 20 Jun, 2017
Global stock market selling and an apparent political misstep in the Dáil have raised market jitters over the proposed sale of Government-owned AIB, leading experts have said.
Fri, 19 May, 2017
Insurer and asset manager Standard Life is likely to choose Dublin as the base for its EU subsidiary after the UK leaves the bloc, its chairman said.
Thu, 18 May, 2017
Spain's National Court said it is investigating seven current and former HSBC executives in the private banking business accused of money laundering and criminal organisation.
Fri, 05 May, 2017
The Government is on course to sell up to €3bn worth of shares in AIB in late May — providing that the outcome of looming French election does not disturb banking markets.
Thu, 16 Mar, 2017
French car giant PSA Group is to buy the European operations of General Motors, including Vauxhall in the UK, for €2.2bn.
Mon, 06 Mar, 2017
Vestia, one of the largest Dutch housing co-operatives, said it had filed a large claim against Deutsche Bank, alleging the bank had improperly sold it interest-rate derivatives.
Thu, 22 Dec, 2016
Oil climbed as Iraq’s oil minister said it pledged to co-operate with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) to reach an agreement this week that’s acceptable to all members.
Tue, 29 Nov, 2016
says sale includes superb collection of Irish 18th century furniture and international art.
Sat, 15 Oct, 2016
Thu, 13 Oct, 2016
French luxury group LVMH, owner of the Louis Vuitton brand, has agreed to buy an 80% stake in high-tech luggage maker Rimowa for €640m, marking its first acquisition in Germany.
Wed, 05 Oct, 2016
Wed, 21 Sep, 2016
Wed, 14 Sep, 2016
Samsung plans to launch a programme to sell refurbished used versions of its premium smartphones by next year, a source has told Reuters.
Tue, 23 Aug, 2016
After pumping more money into Europe’s equities than any time in history, last year’s buyers are being burned with some of the world’s worst returns.
Tue, 26 Jul, 2016
Oil traded near $46 a barrel in New York as the market weighs a force majeure declared by Exxon Mobil on crude shipments out of Nigeria against excess US oil and product inventories.
Sat, 16 Jul, 2016
Sterling rose against the euro yesterday after the path was cleared for UK home secretary Theresa May to be appointed prime minister, as S&P Global Ratings sounded its concerns over the “the vulnerability” of the British housing market.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2016
The ECB nudged up its 2016 growth and inflation forecasts yesterday, arguing the risks facing the economy had declined and supporting expectations it would keep further stimulus under wraps at least until the autumn.
Fri, 03 Jun, 2016
SABMiller, the brewer that is due to be bought by Anheuser-Busch InBev later this year, reported a decline in full-year profit as it was saddled with charges related to some African operations and costs associated with the takeover.
Thu, 19 May, 2016
The probability of the UK voting next month to exit the EU fell yesterday, as an opinion poll suggested the ‘remain’ side had increased its small lead.
Wed, 18 May, 2016
Sat, 30 Jan, 2016
Workers’ pay in Britain grew at a slower than expected pace in the three months to October, suggesting the Bank of England will take even longer to raise interest rates from the record low in place for nearly seven years.
Thu, 17 Dec, 2015
Thu, 10 Dec, 2015
It will take more than $40 crude to make the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) change its mind, analysts said before the group’s December 4 meeting in Vienna.
Wed, 25 Nov, 2015
Wed, 04 Nov, 2015
Sun, 01 Nov, 2015
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
Tue, 20 Oct, 2015
Britain’s jobless rate has fallen to its lowest level in more than seven years but pay growth was a bit slower than expected, suggesting the labour market is not hot enough to speed up a Bank of England interest rate hike.
Thu, 15 Oct, 2015
A hot-in-demand Cork suburban residential building site gets offered for sale for the third time for its owners Eir, the new name for Eircom.
Thu, 01 Oct, 2015
More than 100 jobs were yesterday announced for Dublin and Kildare by two companies.
Wed, 16 Sep, 2015
Cautious oil market bulls are stirring, sensing higher prices for future months after a first whisper that the glut may be set to slowly shrink.
Wed, 16 Sep, 2015
Russia’s central bank may pick up where it left off earlier this year to avert another run on the ruble.
Wed, 05 Aug, 2015
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has confirmed that the estimated tax paid by companies operating out of the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), in Dublin, totalled over €950 million in 2013.
Sat, 18 Jul, 2015
Global oil markets won’t feel the real impact of Iran’s historic deal with world powers until 2016 as sanctions remain in place while nuclear inspectors go to work, said banks including Citigroup, Goldman Sachs Group and Commerzbank.
Thu, 16 Jul, 2015
European stocks offer some of the world’s best investment opportunities even after outperforming other markets this year, in part because Greece’s festering crisis scared away buyers, said David Herro, one of the biggest US owners of shares in the region’s companies.
Tue, 14 Jul, 2015