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Former AIB chief executive David Duffy, at the London HQ of CYBG.

Shares in UK lender CYBG, led by former AIB chief executive David Duffy, plunged as much as 23 per cent to a record low on Thursday after the group wa(...)

Sterling regained its poise somewhat on Thursday, trading at 90.5p against the euro, having previously traded at 91.2p the day before. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

Traders are bracing for more big price swings in sterling between now and the expected October 31st Brexit date, with a three-month volatility gauge h(...)

Financial markets have been rattled this week by data  from both Germany and China. Photograph: iStock

The market interest rate on Irish Government bonds plunged to a fresh all-time low on Thursday on talk of more aggressive than expected stimulus measu(...)

The picture in international markets is darkening: what does this mean for your household finances? Photograph: iStock

Your mortgage, your pension, your savings, your investments. The prospects for all these have changed significantly as the financial world appears to (...)

Investec Ireland banking analyst Owen Callan said that PTSB investment on IT and wage inflation at the bank will limit improvements to its cost-income ratio over the next five years

Investec Ireland has set a price target for Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) stock at less than a third of its €4.50 initial public offering (IPO) level four ye(...)

CRH nameplate on Dublin office. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The number of mergers and acquisitions involving businesses in the Republic hit a record of 94 in the three months ended June 30th, new figures show. (...)

The latest figures have led forecasters to downgrade their estimates of mortgage borrowing for the full year.

The drawdown of mortgages by borrowers, and approvals for new mortgages, are running ahead of last year’s levels. But the figures for June have falle(...)

Tory leadership hopeful Boris Johnson brandishing a kipper during a hustings debate this week

Wheeler-dealer Del Boy from BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses used to use the quintessentially British expression “done up like a kipper” to taunt or r(...)

‘In a hard-Brexit scenario, I could see sterling-euro at parity,’ said Goodbody economist Dermot O’Leary.

Sterling could move to parity with the euro “and possibly beyond” in the event of a “messy” no-deal Brexit, a currency expert has warned. Investec’s (...)

First Derivatives provides software and consulting services to some of the world’s largest financial, hi-tech organisations and energy institutions

The chief executive of Newry-based First Derivatives, who set up the business in his mother’s spare bedroom, has netted an estimated £42.8 million (€4(...)

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