Just last week, the Economic and Social Research Institute think-tank – which informs Government policy – reported that many Irish families could make “large gains” by moving a mortgages to one of their current lender’s competitors. File photograph: Getty

Up to 160,000 Irish families are out of pocket every month – by as much as hundreds of euro – because they simply haven’t looked at switching their mo(...)

Norwegian Air is seeking to avoid the ranks of airlines that have collapsed due to industry overcapacity.

Norwegian Air cut its capacity by a quarter in December, removing loss-making routes as it made headway on its plan to regain profitability, traffic d(...)

A group of international investors  has filed what it says is the first in a series of lawsuits against Danske Bank in connection with a money laundering scandal

A group of international investors managing trillions of dollars in assets has filed what it says is the first in a series of lawsuits against Danske (...)

Shares in Providence Resources dropped by 11.5%. Photograph:  Finbarr O’Rourke

European shares retreated from a four-year peak on Thursday as concerns about a US-China trade truce resurfaced after Donald Trump signed into law a b(...)

Danske Bank UK’s chief executive said business lending is ‘subdued’ in the North because of the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit.  Photograph: Reuters/Fabian Bimmer

Fewer businesses in the North are borrowing money to expand or invest because of the “stretched Brexit process”, one of Northern Ireland’s largest fin(...)

In New York, the tech-heavy Nasdaq hit a record high for the first time since July, while the benchmark S&P 500 notched its fourth record high this week. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares clocked their best day in more than a week on Friday, as upbeat jobs data from the United States and a surprise bounce in Chinese manu(...)

Danske’s share price has slumped about 25 per cent this year, and it lost almost half its market value in 2018.

Danske Bank lowered its guidance for a second time since July in response to an increasingly tough business environment shaped by growing compliance c(...)

The bonds were priced to carry an interest rate – or yield – of 0.229 per cent, the NTMA said on Thursday. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) raised the size of its second sale of bonds to fund “green” projects to €2 billion after drawing orders(...)

The move comes a year after the NTMA tapped  global debt markets for €3 billion in an inaugural green-bond sale

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has hired a group of banks and securities firms to sell as much as €1.5 billion of bonds to finance “gr(...)

Both Bank of Ireland and KBC have now committed to not challenging time limitations, and advised the ombudsman of this

KBC Bank cited controversial time limit rules when challenging 27 complaints to the financial services ombudsman related to tracker mortgage issues, T(...)

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