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“There is no liquidity in the market - nobody is buying. The next seller just has to take lower again”

About €2.4 billion has been wiped off the value of the State’s shareholding in AIB and Bank of Ireland as a result of the coronavirus-driven sell-off (...)

AIB has told its customers that if they’re in trouble, or suspect that the future may pose problems, they should contact their local branch or a dedicated mortgage arrears support line.

Covid-19 is raising issues for both the business banking customer or individuals repaying a mortgage or other loan. Lenders say they are adopting a re(...)

Traders work during the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP

European stocks snapped a six-day losing streak on Friday, but made only a small gain over the course of the day as an initial rebound ran out of stea(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Blair House, Washington DC, discussing the coronavirus crisis during a press conference. Photograph: Niall Carson / PA Wire

Leo Varadkar’s speech from Washington on the Covid-19 coronavirus this week could hardly have been more dramatic if US president Donald Trump had invi(...)

The ECB on Thursday moved to let banks operate with lower capital levels to deal with the fallout from the coronavirus.

The Central Bank has told Irish banks that they must only use funds released by the relaxing of required capital and liquidity buffers to support hous(...)

Aanyone experiencing financial difficulties due to the impact of Covid-19 is being advised to contact their bank

Irish banks are working together on a co-ordinated response to support individuals and businesses most affected by the impact of the Covid-19 crisis, (...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Jeenah Moon/Getty Images

Irish stocks shed more than a 10th of their value at one point on Thursday on a day that saw UK and US indices falling the most since the 1987 stock m(...)

Bank of Ireland claims that its clients who invested in store refurbishments subsequently enjoyed sales boosts of 5-10 per cent.

Smaller convenience retailers are investing as much as 10 per cent of their annual turnover in store revamps every four or five years to keep up with(...)

A recent survey found that half of all Irish adults use digital banking or contactless payments more often than cash

Ireland’s banking sector has invested heavily in trying to persuade customers of the merits of cashless banking. Like their peers across Europe, cutti(...)

The crash in oil prices continued to hound heavyweights BP and Royal Dutch Shell, which closed 3.6 per cent and 2.4 per cent lower respectively.

There was little respite for European stock markets on Wednesday as they sank for a fifth consecutive day and ended the session at a 14-month low. In(...)

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