The Republic’s debt management agency sold the bonds at a price that will yield investors an annual interest rate of 0.297 per cent.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) sold €1 billion of 10-year bonds on Thursday – for less than a third of the market interest rate set fo(...)

The Central Bank said household deposits recorded a net inflow of €472 million in April.

Lodgements to banks grew at the biggest rate in more than a decade in April compared with the same month last year, as uncertainty around Brexit dissu(...)

Shares of Uber Technologies dropped 9 per cent, more than doubling their losses since the ride-hailing giant’s poorly received Wall Street debut on Friday. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

European shares fell on Monday, continuing a sell-off that began last week as China unveiled retaliatory tariffs on US goods, stoking concerns of an a(...)

NTMA chief executive Conor O’Kelly. Photograph: Sara Freund

The National Asset Management Agency (NTMA) has hired banks and brokerage firms to sell €3 billion of bonds that will not mature until 2050. The Stat(...)

The State collected a record €10.4bn   in corporation tax in 2018, largely from multinationals.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The Republic paid out €14 million a day or €5.2 billion last year in interest to service the national debt, new figures show. The CSO’s Government Fi(...)

House prices rose just 1.1 per cent in February, with the highest growth on the southside. Photograph: iStock

Dublin’s housing market may have reached “peak affordability” with prices now more than nine times the average salary, a level not seen since the heig(...)

Fixed-rate mortgages  increased over the fourth quarter of last year, with new drawdowns exceeding repayments by €1.8bn

New mortgage lending in the Republic rose by €1 billion to nearly €9 billion last year, according to the Central Bank. This was the largest annual inc(...)

Dublin port. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The value of Irish goods exports hit a record €13.7 billion in January while the UK accounted for less than 10 per cent of Irish exports for the first(...)

ISE chief executive Daryl Byrne: “I think the second half of the year is more likely when we could see companies coming to the market.” Photograph:   Dara Mac Donaill

Daryl Byrne, the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) chief executive of five months, has been clocking up the air miles of late. Less than a year after the (...)

The annual rate of growth was down from 3.2 per cent in December and the lowest annual rate recorded since March last year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Retail sales volumes grew at their weakest level in nearly a year in January amid concern consumers may be tightening their belts ahead of a global sl(...)

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