Bank of Ireland declined 1.2 per cent to 23.9 cents in early trading

Permanent TSB led banking shares lower in early trading in Dublin as investors digested the draft programme for government, which includes provisions (...)

In March AIB’s chief financial officer Mark Bourke said its capital levels were “massively and comfortably” above the minimum ECB target

AIB’s riskiest bonds are among the worst performing in Europe this year as investors fret over the bank’s failure to disclose a key regulatory capita(...)

Irish savers are earning less of a return on their deposits than their European peers figues from the ECB show.

Irish savers are earning the lowest return on their deposits across 18 European countries, new figures from the European Central Bank show. In Irela(...)

Apple shares were down for the 10th session in the last 11 and closed the week down 11.3 per cent, the largest such decline since January 2013. Illustration: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

European stocks fell to a two-week low as a stronger euro and mixed earnings reports prompted investors to assess the biggest monthly advance since N(...)

The suspected breach emerged  in the first quarter results of parent company Royal Bank of Scotland. Photograph: Warren Allott/AFP/Getty Images

The Central Bank of Ireland has launched an investigation against Ulster Bank in relation to customers who switched from tracker mortgages to fixed ra(...)

 Brian Hayes has banged the drum about “rip-off” mortgage rates being charged in Ireland at a time when the European Central Bank’s main rate is zero. Photograph:  Eric Luke

After a bruising time recently as director of elections with Fine Gael, Dublin MEP Brian Hayes has thrown himself back into his work in the European P(...)

 Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: “No irretrievable decision has been taken yet to go ahead [with an AIB share sale] in the final quarter in the year, but we’ll have to take a decision in the early days of the government to meet the timelines.’’  Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

One of the first tasks facing a new government is deciding whether to push ahead with a share sale in Allied Irish Banks by the end of this year, Mini(...)

Wall Street stocks were little changed on Thursday evening after a raft of mixed quarterly earnings and the slide in oil prices kept investors on the sidelines.

European shares fell slightly on Thursday after the European Central Bank kept rates unchanged, with Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson and Fren(...)

Permanent TSB’s interim group chief financial officer Patricia Carroll; Jeremy Masding, group chief executive; and  chairman Alan Cook at the agm.  In a Father Ted moment during the agm, an elderly lady said the bank’s shares were worth “feck all”. Photograph: Alan Betson

The crowd was smaller than previous years but the anger from Permanent TSB shareholders was palpable at its annual general meeting in Ballsbridge on W(...)

Britain’s top share index closed at a fresh year high after a rally in the price of oil spurred gains in commodity-related stocks

European shares rose in late trading on Wednesday, hitting another three-month high, as a rebound in oil buoyed energy stocks. However, the Irish mar(...)