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(...)

RBS is struggling to return to health amidst an unprecedented corporate restructuring and has not made an annual profit since 2007

Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland reported a widening first quarter loss on Friday as lower income, restructuring costs and sluggish asset sal(...)

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(...)

Irish accounting firm Deloitte has formally stepped down as auditors to Ulster Bank after 16 years in the role. This emerges from a companies office(...)

Worldpay chief executive Philip Jansen received £2 million as a share bonus for taking the company to market

Worldpay is cutting its ties with Royal Bank of Scotland as the payments company prepares to move off the British state- backed lender’s creaking tech(...)

European stock markets rose on Tuesday, as stronger insurance shares offset weaker commodity-linked stocks, which fell in tandem with lower metals and oil prices

European stock markets rose on Tuesday, as stronger insurance shares offset weaker commodity-linked stocks, which fell in tandem with lower metals and(...)

 Goldman Sachs in New York: Goldman Sachs controls Beltany Property Finance but neither firm has any involvement with tenants facing eviction. Photograph: Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images

The Goldman Sachs company linked to a controversy over evictions in a Dublin estate is one of a group of firms used by investment funds to hold Irish(...)

Protest: tenants  take part in a march  organised by Tyrrelstown Tenants Action Group. Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the companies at the centre of the evictions row in Tyrrelstown is part of a group of firms used by private equity funds to hold assets and tak(...)

The borrowers have until next week to say  if they will be able to repay or refinance their borrowings.   Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ulster Bank has confirmed that a group of its Irish business customers who face having their loans sold on to a third party have until the end of Marc(...)