A two-bedroom apartment  in Newtown House, Limerick, is for sale for €60,000 with Sherry Fitzgerald.

Limerick is the most affordable place to buy a home across 367 global cities in nine countries, a new survey has found. According to the 12th Annua(...)

The announcement from Equifax comes a day after the Government announced ambitious plans for 66,000 new jobs for Dublin between now and the end of 2018. (Photograph:Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times)

US technology group Equifax is to hire 100 people at its new information technology (IT) talent centre in Dublin, bringing its Irish workforce up to (...)

Despite a “challenging” UK grocery retail market, Greencore’s UK revenues were up 7.9 per cent, with a good performance in core chilled categories. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney has said an exit by Britain from the European Union would be very damaging to the food industry in the UK. (...)

It’s been more than 20 years since plans for a single financial services market in Europe first took shape, but progress has been limited, inhibited b(...)

The ECB  has kept its main refinancing rate static at 0.05 per cent since September 2014. Irish deposit rates, however, have slumped in the interim.  Photograph: Arne Dedert/EPA

Europe’s monetary authority may be keeping its dovish tone on the outlook for inflation in the euro zone, as per yesterday’s pronouncement, but no cha(...)

AIB is offering German savers an interest rate that is more than three times that offered to Irish customers

State-owned AIB is offering German savers an interest rate that is more than three times that offered to Irish customers. The Irish bank has joined (...)

Fitch said that  weak asset quality at AIB and BOI is a hurdle in the path to upgrades and is the “key vulnerability” for Irish banks.

Weak asset quality continues to be a concern for Irish banks, rating agency Fitch said on Monday, as it sounded a warning that AIB and Bank of Irelan(...)

No wonder those premiums are so expensive - if you have private health insurance you’re paying a levy of €399 a year to the state.

Today, the Government is set to meet with the insurance industry to consider another levy to deal with the recent floods. A levy would compensate ins(...)

There was balanced growth between imports and exports, Dublin Port said, with imports up 6.5 per cent at 19.5 million gross tonnes, on the back of strengthening of domestic demand. Exports were ahead by 6.4 per cent at 13.3 million gross tonnes.  (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg)

Dublin Port experienced a “record” year in 2015, with cargo volumes up by 6.4 per cent putting the port ahead of its previous peak in 2007. Eamonn O(...)

NYSE trader: allocating to equities will still make sense in 2016. Photograph: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

For savers and investors, 2015 was a mixed year, with deposit rates continuing to slide and markets volatile. But what will this year bring? With the(...)