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US president Donald Trump threatened to impose a 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods, following Beijing’s decision to raise tariffs on $50 billion in US goods. Photograph: Damir Sagolj/reuters

Irish, UK, US and wider European shares fell sharply on Tuesday on a global sell-off which started in Asia prompted by fears of a full blown trade war(...)

Anglo Irish Bank: in 2007 David Drumm (left, with chairman Seán Fitzpatrick) was paid €3.3 million, €2 million of it as a bonus for his magnificent stewardship. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ever had that slightly weird sensation of reading a newspaper headline and thinking, Oh, that’s good news? And then you read the story itself and real(...)

Bucking the trend, Bank of Ireland rallied 0.6 per cent to €6.70 following four days of losses, helped by an upgrade from Bank of America Merrill Lynch to “buy”

European shares fell on Monday as concern grew over the escalating protectionist standoff between China and the US, with CRH and Ryanair among heavywe(...)

EBS’s concession that a further 500 customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal brings the number of its customers affected to 2,400.

EBS has conceded that a further 500 of its customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal, just days before executives from its parent AIB a(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh outlined plans to increase the bank’s loan book at an investor day last week.

Bank of Ireland has been upgraded to a “buy” rating by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) as it expects mortgage lending to rise in line with Fran(...)

Developer Seán Dunne. On July 10th, a US court will hear  an application from Mr Dunne’s bankruptcy trustee seeking an additional loan to fund the investigation and administration of Mr Dunne’s bankruptcy estate.

Seán Dunne’s US bankruptcy official wants another interest-free loan of $250,000 (€215,000) from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and Ulst(...)

At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are ‘too large for their needs’, according to Eurostat findings reported in the ‘Sunday Times’

Homes too big for needs At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are “too large for their needs”, according to findings of Euro(...)

Alexis Tsipras during a parliamentary session in Athens on Thursday. The Greek prime minister blinked first after he brought his country to the brink of crashing out of the euro in 2015.  Photograph: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images

On Thursday, Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras, the once-Marxist firebrand-turned faithful-implementer of austerity, declared that a parliamentary v(...)

Made in China. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

European and US stocks fell and bonds surged as US president Donald Trump moved his country closer to a trade war with China, while investors also wei(...)

From left: Nathan Misischi, Sam Green and Ciara Hennessy of Dockit. Photograph: Paul Sharp/SharpPix

Student accelerator programme Launchbox has kicked off with 10 new teams, with projects ranging from assistive care technology to booking platforms fo(...)

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