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In New York, a plunge in Boeing shares set the Dow Jones Industrial index for a sharp fall at the open on Monday. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Technology stocks led Wall Street’s main indexes higher on Monday after five straight sessions of declines, but a fall in the shares of Boeing, the wo(...)

PTSB’s chief executive Jeremy Masding, didn’t rule out further loan sales when he reported full-year results last week.

Permanent TSB (PTSB) last year overcame remaining “existential issues” by offloading €3.4 billion of problem loans, but it has “very limited scope” of(...)

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 (...)

It may sound counter-intuitive, but banks probably would not want this money. File photograph: Toby Melville/PA

In the old days when somebody had a large financial windfall, it was often speculated that person could “live off the interest”. An interest rate of (...)

Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/Getty Images

Glencore pledged to cap coal production as the world’s biggest exporter of the commodity responds to investor pressure for action on climate change. (...)

Les Reilly (centre) with the staff from his Daybreak shop in The Naul, north Co Dublin, where the winning €175m EuroMillions ticket was sold. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins.

A large family syndicate from The Naul in North Co Dublin has emerged as the winner of Tuesday night’s €175.4 million EuroMillions jackpot. The famil(...)

AIB has operated a debit and credit cards transactions joint venture called First Merchant Processing (Ireland) Limited (FMBI), trading as AIB Merchant Services, since 2007. Photograph: Eric Luke

US financial services group First Data has joined forces with AIB in its bid for Dublin-based payments company Payzone, which is worth more than €100 (...)

A share trader in Frankfurt. Major European bourses fell in morning trade, mirroring a retreat for Asian peers.

World shares slipped into the red on Monday, with equities markets from Europe to Asia buffeted by nerves over China’s economy and investors staying (...)

Fáilte Ireland will take a fresh swing at the lucrative golf tourism market in 2019 as part of preparations to offset the impact of Brexit

The Government is willing to see the Brexit deal re-opened if the United Kingdom wants to stay in a permanent customs union with the EU or allows for (...)

From left, Uniphar chief executive Ger Rabbette with chairman Maurice Pratt: Uniphar’s acquisition of Sisk Healthcare was the largest deal involving both Irish buyers and sellers in 2018. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The volume of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) involving Irish companies is at its highest level since at least 2005, according to a new study by In(...)

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