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European Commissioner for the Economy Paolo Gentiloni. The commission warned that that economic output in the euro zone could slump by 8.7 per cent this year. Photograph: Virginia Mayo/EPA

European stocks were lower on Tuesday, although the Iesq outperformed, after Germany posted weaker than expected industrial data and the European Comm(...)

Grafton Street, Dublin, in early April.

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf signalled on Tuesday the regulator is considering taking legal action to resolve standoffs between insurers and(...)

Bank of Ireland was described by one trader as the “standout” performer, finishing the day up 6.6%

Global stock markets rallied and China’s yuan posted its biggest gain since December on Monday as investors bet the Chinese economy would boost global(...)

Last week it emerged AIB had issued a de facto ban on mortgages for anyone who has been in receipt of the wage subsidy scheme. Photograph: Getty Images

“Over-zealous lending restrictions” by banks will halt the pick-up in house building, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV) has(...)

Tens of thousands of people face a difficult time ahead and many face losing their home.

When I was younger, I was taught that prevention was better than cure. This is something we as a country did not adhere to following the last recessio(...)


If you tune in to radio every day you’ll hear a variety of ads from Irish retail banks cheerily promoting their mortgage offerings. The message is sim(...)

AIB cracked and announced a U-turn: it would accept applications from those on subsidies. But this may only be skin-deep. Photograph: Paul McErlane

Far be it from Cantillon to pity a bank, but poor old AIB became – courtesy of The Irish Times – the poster boy for hyper-restrictive mortgage lending(...)

BP: Among the biggest drags on the FTSE on Friday. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks paused on Friday after gains through the week as another record surge in US coronavirus cases dulled optimism from a brisk recovery in(...)

Mr Justice Denis McDonald said he was satisfied there was sufficient evidence to appoint David O’Connor of BDO as interim examiner to Compu b Retail Limited. Photograph: iStock

An interim examiner has been appointed by the High Court to the Irish-headquartered parent of Compu b, a reseller of Apple premium computer products, (...)

The transport, tourism and leisure sector registered the steepest rate of contraction. Photograph: Alan Betson

The most severe phase of the hit to service businesses from Covid-19 has passed, according to data from AIB, which shows a sector that is beginning t(...)

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