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Prof Patrick Honohan said that the financial market “is always wrong”. “We saw how wrong it was in the years before the crisis of 2007. It was over-optimistic. But then after that, and progressively in 2008, 2009 and 2010 it became too pessimistic.”

The Government is set on Tuesday to consider the outline of planned laws to make senior bankers more accountability individually for failings or wrong(...)

The company will employ more than 100 sales staff, along with 10 people in an office in Dublin and 40 more in a services operation in Sligo.

Spanish utility company Iberdrola will spark renewed energy-price competition when it begins selling electricity to Irish homes this week and reveals (...)

Aryzta was in demand for much of the day.

European shares declined on Tuesday as hopes of mega mergers in the worlds of UK retailing and German banking were scuppered. London-listed supermark(...)

Donald Trump’s tax cuts, designed to get US multinationals  to repatriate profits,   have ‘pulled €50 billion out of Ireland’, according to the Sunday Times.  Photograph: Al Drago/ The New York Times

The Sunday Times reports that US multinationals have “pulled €50 billion out of Ireland” since US president Donald Trump introduced tax cuts designed (...)

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SSE, Britain’s second-biggest energy supplier, raised its full-year profit outlook on Wednesday as wet and windy weather drove a 25 per cent rise in p(...)

Centrica is forecasting earnings per share of 12.5 pence, down 26 per cent from last year, according to a trading statement published on Thursday.

Centrica plunged the most in 20 years after Britain’s biggest energy supplier to homes warned profit would be lower than expected as an increasing num(...)

SSE, formerly known as Scottish and Southern Energy, is Britain’s second biggest energy supplier.

SSE and the owner of Npower have reached an agreement to merge their operations to create a new energy supplier in the UK. The duo announced on Tuesd(...)

The ransomware attack affected about 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries, mostly across Europe and Asia. Illustration: Kacper Pempel/Reuters

In the scale of its disruptive power, the cyberattack that crippled computer systems across the world on Friday must count as one of the most audaciou(...)

Some 8.2m people in Spain have bought something in Primark, more than even the Spanish home grown Zara, but you can detect a low level of anger. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

On the surface relations between the Irish and the Spanish have never been better. Last year over a million people from Ireland visited Spain, more th(...)

People walk past a picture of Spain’s acting prime minister Mariano Rajoy outside the People’s Party (PP) headquarters in Madrid

European shares edged higher on Monday, buoyed by gains in carmaker Volkswagen and telecoms equipment manufacturer Ericsson, although an inconclusive (...)

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