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The ESB said  t it had issued a €500m  bond to European investors that is due to repay in June 2030 at an interest rate of 1.125% . Photograph: Aidan Crawley

State-owned power company ESB has borrowed €500 million in the Republic’s first ever “green bond” to finance electric vehicle recharging points and re(...)

The transaction brings the NTMA’s long-term fundraising so far this year to €16.5 billion. Photograph: iStock

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) received about €11.3 billion of orders from investors seeking to buy the Republic’s set of green bonds.(...)

Amazon-rival Google launched a financial services comparison site in the United Kingdom and the United States in 2016 but shut it down after only a year due to low traffic. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters

Amazon. com is sounding out some of Europe’s top insurance companies to see if they would contribute products to a UK price comparison website in what(...)

 Last month Norwegian Air  stock took an upward jolt amidst speculation it may be acquired by Lufthansa. Photograph: Getty Images

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (June); new vehicles licensed (June); German exports and imports (May). TUESDAY Results: PepsiCo. Ind(...)

Yew Grove Reit said it will focus on properties in Dublin city and as far as a 30-minute commute of the M50 motorway (above), other major regional towns and cities, and IDA business and technology parks.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

UK-based Peak Capital Partners has lined up Barry O’Dowd, a senior IDA Ireland executive who is set to retire from the agency, to chair a new Irish re(...)

Brokers on the dealing floor at ICAP in London: a rise in oil majors helped pushed the UK’s top share index to an all-time high on Thursday. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters

Irish shares rose to an eight-month high on Thursday, driven by CRH, Kingspan and Bank of Ireland, as equity markets globally surged on the back of st(...)

The Central Bank said the final deal was still subject to complex negotiations, which could swing in different directions.

Brexit continues to pose a serious risk to the Irish economy despite last week’s apparent deal on the Irish Border, the Economic and Social Research I(...)

Bitcoin has been likened to Dante’s Inferno by the chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland. As the digital currency surged towards $16,000, Sir Howard(...)

Azon partner Caroline Bruno: firms are gearing up for a war on talent

Nearly half of Irish financial firms fear they may lose employees to international companies relocating to Ireland in the wake of Brexit, according t(...)

The prospectus for Saudi Arabia’s sukuk issuance advises investors to note the adverse effect the low oil price is having on the economy. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Saudi Arabia has listed the world’s largest ever sukuk issuance through two listings on the main securities market of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE), (...)

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