IAG boss Willie Walsh: has an alley in ITIC. Photograph: Alan Betson

ITIC believes sector ‘stands to gain’ from IAG takeover

Shares in Aer Lingus traded down 3.7 per cent to €2.15 as opposition built towards the proposed €2.55-a-share offer from  International Airlines Group. Photograph: Alan Betson

FTSEurofirst 300 index up 7% this month, though main are indexes have fallen

The most high-profile case  involved Newbridge Credit Union where €24.1 million has been paid to date from a maximum amount of €53.9 million.. Photograph:  Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Banks were also due to pay into rescue fund before measure was overtaken by European events

Britvic’s Kevin Donnelly with Minister for Food Simon Coveney seeing off the first export batch of Ballygowan from Limerick to the UK. Photograph: Press 22

Ballygowan Natural Mineral Water, Energise Sport to become Dublin’s new partners

The euro’s decline has bolstered the spending power of employees in Ireland – mostly working for US multi-nationals or the American Government – on dollar contracts. Photograph: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Government’s Special Assignee Relief Programme to be utilised more due to value of US dollar

Irish banking inquiry: the so-called nexus phase will hear evidence from those involved in the €64bn bailout. Photograph: David Sleator

Banking investigation will move focus to Nama, regulators and bankers

Michael Noonan: said the Central Bank of Ireland’s disposal strategy for the bonds acquired following the liquidation of IBRC and the exchange of the Anglo promissory notes  remains unchanged. Photograph: Alan Betson

Holding of notes will not affect bank’s ability to buy bonds - Noonan

Pensions Ombudsman Paul Kenny says  in “most cases”, the effect of the reduction in payment would “last for the lifetime of the pensioner”. Photograph: Johnny Bambury/MQ Photo

Pensions Ombudsman makes comments to Oireachtas finance committee

Banking & Payments Federation Ireland says the measures may have impact on house building.

New measures will bring ‘significant challenges’ for lenders’ systems and processes

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