Bank of Ireland climbed 2.21 per cent to 32.4 cents. Volumes were decent, with 292 million shares changing hands

Mining stocks regain some momentum following increases in oil and metals prices

Stena Line ferries in Dublin Bay. Concerns have emerged that the line intends to pull out of Dún Laoghaire altogether and will not resume the service  it normally operates from the port during the summer next year.

A Stena withdrawal would be major blow to harbour as business worth €7m

Last week the Central Statistics Office published data showing that overseas holiday makers spent €2.8 billion in the Republic in the first nine months of this year, €241 million more than during the same period in 2013

Fáilte Ireland’s review of 2014 says more than 7.3 million overseas visitors came here

The airport management firm has indicated that it does not intend to increase the €72 million already on the table

Setback in ongoing dispute over €750m shortfall in Aer Lingus-DAA scheme

Growth in profit partly due to three-month shutdown of generation plant in 2012

Avolon founder and chief executive Dómhnal Slattery at the New York Stock Exchange yesterday as the firm’s shares went on sale

‘We are very pleased to have those type of shareholders,’ says founder Dómhnal Slattery

Deal will require approval from the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission

Purchase will leave Denis O’Brien-owned fuel business with 30 per cent of the market

The Airtricity wind farm on the Arklow Bank.  Photograph: David O’Brien

SSE Renewable Holdings turns around thanks to €90m in dividends from subsidiaries

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