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A Greek journalist who published the names of more than 2,000 wealthy Greeks with money in Swiss bank accounts appeared in court again today for a ret(...)

The UK’s new “Help-to-Buy” programme will allow people to buy a home costing as much as £600,000 pounds (€709,000) with a deposit of as little as 5 per cent.

UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne began the second phase of his mortgage-boosting plan as concerns persist that it will fuel a property bu(...)

Merchandise exports are forecast to grow by 6 per cent a year between 2016 and 2030, gradually helping to strengthen the overall Irish economy.HSBC, i(...)

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TODAYResults: HTC; Groupe Vial.Meetings: Women mean business conference and awards (Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin); IMERC annual conference (National Marit(...)

 The European Union Chamber of Commerce  represents some heavy hitters in China, including German carmaker Volkswagen and Munich-based engineering company Siemens

The European Union Chamber of Commerce’s annual position paper is an extremely valuable insight into what European firms think about the business clim(...)

One of the more popular shares of the day in Dublin was Paddy Power, which saw approximately 250,000 shares change hands, a good number for the stock. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Stock markets treaded water yesterday. European markets dipped slightly, in the main, despite positive data on Chinese exports, while in the US the ma(...)

Ryanair  reported yesterday that it carried a record 9.02 million passengers during August. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Stocks climbed yesterday as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi reiterated that interest rates will stay low for an extended period, while th(...)

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble welcomed the positive figures. REUTERS/John Kolesidis/Files

The euro zone’s recovery has eked out further gains in August although weakness in France pointed to the uneven nature of the rebound, a leading busin(...)

Bank of Ireland closed up 3 per cent on a day when other banks around Europe were going in the opposite direction

Markets were nervous ahead of a release from the US Federal Reserve of the minutes of its July policy meeting, which may shed light on when it will st(...)

I wonder what the folks over at Ulster Bank think of their former employee Colm Lyon’s attempt to eat their lunch?The Realex Payments founder, who wor(...)

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