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BlackBerry, the Canadian smart phone maker,  fell 25 per cent to $10.82 after reporting a quarterly loss and lower-than-projected sales. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Most European shares fell yesterday marking the close of a volatile quarter with their first monthly loss in over a year, as investors worried about (...)

Chief executive Myles Lee (left)  and chairman Nicky Hartery at the CRH agm, held in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, in May. The building materials group was down slightly yesterday by 0.03 per cent to €15.55. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

World equity markets and bonds gained yesterday, showing further signs of stabilising from a dramatic sell-off as investors’ view strengthened that ma(...)

The terms of reference for the inquiry will be drafted over the summer and it is expected that the committee will begin its work in September.

All the signs are that a banking inquiry will kick off this September under a new law that will not allow a final report that attributes blame.An inqu(...)

German chancellor Angela Merkel delivers a government statement on European policies  in Berlin  yesterday. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Twelve months ago, Italy’s then prime minister Mario Monti emerged into the Brussels dawn after another round of bad-tempered summit talks. In Monti’s(...)

The Turk’s Head on Parliament Street in Dublin:  owner David Cullen said there was “nothing sinister” in his entering into contracts between September 18th and 24th, 2009 to transfer 40 properties to his wife when he was disputing Bank of Ireland’s claim he was in default on loans and those contracts. Photograph: Eric Luke

David Cullen, owner of the Turk’s Head Bar and Paramount Hotel in Dublin’s Temple Bar, has denied he engaged in “extraordinary” transactions with his (...)

Lar Bradshaw, former chairman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority who was also a non-executive director of Anglo Irish Bank, appears this afternoon before a Dáil Public Accounts Committee.

The former chairman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Lar Bradshaw, has told a Dáil Public Accounts Committee, he did not have a conflict(...)

The H&M shop will be in the former National Irish Bank branch on College Green

Dublin’s Grafton Street shopping precinct is to get a major boost with the decision by fashion giant H&M to open a large store in the former Natio(...)

About one in five (19 per cent) loan applications from SMEs are now being turned down, unchanged from September 2012, although the rate has fallen from 23 per cent a year ago, a new survey commissioned by the Department of Finance shows. Photograph: Frank Miller

While demand for credit among smaller and medium-sized businesses remains low, almost one in five loan applications are still being declined by the ba(...)

AIB’s personal and business customers are to be hit with  higher charges. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

AIB is increasing its charges for some of its commonly used services again. From the end of August, AIB customers will be charged 35 cent every tim(...)

“In the calculation of blame for financial bad behaviour, a throwaway comment can weigh as heavily as a slew of statistics.” - quote from Financial Times. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Financial Times Under the heading, ‘Ireland should lift lid on bank crisis with an inquiry’, Jonathan Guthrie says:In the calculation of blame for fin(...)

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