Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

(...) consideration of about £205 million at current exchange rates from the deal. Completion is expected in June 2015(...)

While other banks may be concerned about the impact of Britain leaving Europe, some are pressing ahead with building projects in London that would appear to secure the city’s position as Europe’s top financial centre

(...) consultancy Savills. “The markets across Europe are pretty tight in terms of vacancy rates and lenders are so(...)

(...)’s not just bank charges which matter when travelling abroad – foreign exchange rates do too – and(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH ended the day down 0.44 per cent at €25.62

(...) interest rates. Chinese shares jumped to a seven-year high, while the Brazilian real and Malaysia’s ringgit(...)

Irish export figures have benefited from a weak euro vis-a-vis the US dollar, but the Irish Exporters Association warned that this may not continue indefinitely. (Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr./Bloomberg)

(...) favourable exchange rate, low oil prices and near zero interest rates.However, Hugh Kelly, president of the(...)

The UBS AG company logo hangs above the entrance to the company’s Broadgate offices in London. UBS Group  will pay $545 million to settle US investigations into its role in manipulating currency and interest rates. Photograph: Bloomberg

Wednesday with regulators over allegations they rigged the foreign exchange markets.Transcripts from(...)

Bank of Ireland finished unchanged  at the end of a day in which more than 24 million shares were traded

Federal Reserve interest rate shifts. DUBLIN The Irish exchange managed a modest gain, rising 7(...)

Yields on government bonds of the big advanced economies peaked in the early 1980s: Japan’s peak was near 10 per cent, Germany’s 11 per cent, and those of the US and UK 15 per cent and 16 per cent.

(...) real exchange rates. Expected global real interest rates should, in turn, be determined by the expected(...)

 UBS Group will pay $545 million to settle US investigations into its role in manipulating currency and interest rates. Photo: Bloomberg

(...) are expected to announce US settlements Wednesday over manipulating foreign exchange rates, people(...)

(...), the date for rate hikes continues to recede – markets now believe rates will not increase before(...)