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Dual or differential pricing refers to the practice of setting different prices in different markets for the same product or service.

Enhanced technology and digitisation has led to increased price differentiation, with benefits and costs for Irish consumers, a Central Bank of Irelan(...)

Central Bank figures show the average rate charged on new mortgages here over the past 12 months was 2.83 per cent, compared to a euro area average of 1.35 per cent. Image: iStock

Irish consumers can expect pay at least €80,000 more than their European counterparts on a €300,000 mortgage over 30 years because of the premium char(...)

Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Gabriel Makhlouf. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Gabriel Makhlouf may not have won himself many friends in political and banking circles by presiding over a decision on Wednesday to maintain rules th(...)

Figures from the Central Bank of Ireland show the average rate charged on new mortgages here over the past 12 months was 3.21 per cent, compared to a euro area average of 1.8 per cent

Irish mortgage holders typically pay €2,500 a year more than their European counterparts because of the premium rates charged by Irish banks, a situat(...)

Residential property prices in Dublin have increased  87.3%  from their February 2012 low, while residential property prices in the rest of the State are 64.8%  higher than their lowest point in May 2013

The growth of residential property prices is accelerating with a 12.3 per cent increase recorded in the 12 months to the end of December, new Central (...)