The Government has agreed to nominate Gabriel Makhlouf as the new Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland.
The first strike by Bank of England workers in over 50 years will go ahead from Tuesday after last-ditch talks broke down.
The Governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan has said a decision on if a 20% deposit will be required to secure a mortgage will be made in days.
A petition will be handed into the Central Bank today demanding the reversal of new rules on mortgage deposits.
The Central Bank will outline its plans to calm the property market today.
The Central Bank governor has said some struggling mortgage customers have adopted a 'wait and see approach' to dealing with their arrears.
Banks have been given two revised deadlines to conclude deals with mortgage holders three months behind in repayments.
Gardaí and financial watchdogs are examining recorded phone calls from inside the bust Anglo Irish Bank to determine if executives broke the law.
Former Taoiseach Brian Cowen is under deepening pressure to come clean over the bank guarantee scheme.
Greece's Central Bank has said economic decline in the country this year will be even steeper than the 5% contraction predicted at the start of 2012.
Negotiations with the ECB over the possible restructuring of Anglo Irish Bank debt owed by the state have concluded for the day.
The Governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan has said the practice of paying for spouses of staff members on trips abroad will no longer take place.
Tragic cancer victim Jade Goody and her finance Jack Tweed were “absolutely thrilled” today after being told they will be able to spend their wedding night together.
A smaller-than-expected drop in the British inflation rate today failed to ease fears that the UK could soon be in the grip of deflation.
BANKS will have to comply with a series of rules relating to officials’ pay and will have at least one director appointed to their boards to look after the taxpayer’s interest, Finance Minister Brian Lenihan said last night.
A 25-YEAR-OLD starting a pension today will have to work for 50 years just to guarantee half of their current salary on retirement.
There were hopes that the global credit crunch which sparked the bank run on the Northern Rock would begin to ease today after a bigger-than-expected cut in interest rates in the US.
AS the European Commission forecasts rising growth for the eurozone, a new report raises serious doubts about this economy’s ability to win a slice of that expanding market.
The Irish economy is under threat from a pick-up in house price growth, Governor of the Central Bank John Hurley warned today.
Trading in the new ISEQ 20 ETF - the first exchange traded fund to be listed on the Irish Stock Exchange - has got underway this morning.
THE Governor of Ireland’s Central Bank is paid at least 57% more than his US counterpart, Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan.
THE controversy generated by the newspaper serialisation of Roy Keane’s autobiography will have acted as a warning shot to his Manchester United team-mate David Beckham, believes PFA deputy chief executive Mick McGuire.
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