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Subprime lender Amigo was down 1.3 per cent in London after reporint a 36.5 per cent slump in first-half revenue

European shares were little changed on Thursday as an extension of coronavirus restrictions in Germany and a grim growth forecast for Britain brought(...)

AIB finished the session down by 2.75 per cent to 92 cent per share, while Bank of Ireland fell 1.1 per cent to €1.83

Trading in all stocks and derivatives on Euronext markets, including the stock exchange in Dublin, shut down for three hours on Monday morning, the bi(...)

Amigo offers personally guaranteed loans at high rates of interest.

Amigo Holdings, which is embroiled in a dispute with its founder, has entered an asset voluntary requirement (AVR) with Britain’s financial watchdog, (...)

Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

Ryanair has threatened legal action against the Government if it fails to expand the list of countries to which Irish travellers can go to include Bri(...)

Amigo started lending in the Irish market in February 2019, targeting people turned down by traditional lenders. Photograph: iStock

Subprime lender Amigo is no longer up for sale after a potential bidder pulled out of the process and its chairman, Stephen Wilcke, resigned on June 7(...)

Amigo Loans started lending in the Irish market early last year

Shares in Amigo fell more than 40 per cent on Monday morning after the subprime lender put itself up for sale in the wake of its founder retaking cont(...)

More bad news for creche owners as one of the two companies insuring childcare facilities has decided to exit the Irish market. Photograph:  Frank Perry/AFP/GettyImages

More bad news for creche owners as one of the two companies insuring childcare facilities has decided to exit the market. The Business Post reports th(...)

In the United States a rise in technology stocks lifted Wall Street.  Photograph: EPA

Irish stocks outperformed European peers yesterday as markets globally rallied on hopes of a resolution to a trade dispute between the US and China. (...)

Westminster council is taking action to make property more affordable by imposing a ban on new “super-size” properties

In Westminster, one of London’s most expensive boroughs, average household income is just over £52,000 (€59,000) a year, comfortably above the nationa(...)