Employees work in front of computer screens at a foreign exchange brokerage in Tokyo, Japan. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

(...) future market directions. “It’s just Greece, Greece and Greece,” David Madden, a market analyst at IG(...)

Facing down differences: employers with diverse teams believe it gives them a competitive edge. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

(...). Studies have shown that discrimination is alive and well in the labour market with immigrants suffering(...)

Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan: ‘If people were more active in the switching market, it might keep banks on their toes and we would encourage that.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) switch”. This had lessened any imperative for them to aggressively compete in the market by lowering(...)

Negotiations are ongoing between Greek officials and representatives of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the IMF. Photo: Bloomberg

(...) that a default should be avoided,” Juncker told news agency Market News. Among the issues of contention(...)

A portrait of Lord Houghton wearing the insignia  by Walter Frederick Osborne, which is in the National Portrait Gallery in London

St Patrick insignia very rarely appear on the market and only a few examples are known in museums(...)

Ryanair’s results – with full-year profit  rising 66 per cent to €867 million – sent the stock soaring by as much as 8 per cent, with shares closing up 5 per cent at €11.40. Photograph: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

(...)’s stellar set of results may have sent the stock soaring, but its impact on the overall Irish market was(...)

There has been mixed reaction to the news that the government has agreed to approve the sale of its 25 per cent stake in Aer Lingus. Photograph: Getty

There has been mixed reaction to the news that the government has agreed to approve the sale of its(...)

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

Dublin stockbroker said that while the market was open, it was open only in name, with “no rhyme or(...)

Bangkok: Some six million Chinese are expected to visit Thailand this year, compared with 4.6 million last year. Photograph: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

(...) programme provided by Tat for business operators such as direct-sales firms in China, the Xinhua news agency(...)

JP Morgan, Barclays, RBS, Citigroup and UBS have been fined a total of $5.7 billion by US prosecutors and UK regulators for forex rigging. Without fundamental changes to both the internal culture of big banks and a tougher regulatory approach to targeting individual directors, there is precious little chance of preventing such scandals from reoccurring. Pgotograph: EPA

(...) the regulatory consequences of bad behaviour, news of which emerges with monotonous regularity. As a(...)