Prices have been falling, but could improve when trading opens on February 23rd
Irish investors told they will not lose out amid criticism of new option
Investors had the benefit of dividends but their original investment was still locked in
Almost 335,000 Irish people were given shares in phone company 15 years ago
Telecoms group to offer special dealing service to allow investors to sell their stock and exit
The telecoms company is offering Irish investors the chance to sell cheaply
Regulator to conduct review of payments earned on the sale of financial products
The low-cost dealing option for these shares expires on February 17th
The top 20 earned $15 billion last year; the rest of the industry lost $99 billion
Q&A: Dominic Coyle answers your personal finance questions
A single market for financial services could see Irish consumers get a mortgage fixed at 2.7% in France or deposits paying 2% in the Czech Republic
Coexistence of new commissioners and old regime has been creating problems
Can I get tax relief for paying off son’s UK student loan?
Stocks have endured a torrid start to 2016, fuelling talk that the seven-year bull market is on its last legs, but market indicators offer comfort to both bulls and bears
State-owned bank is targeting the German market through an online start-up
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