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A plunge in sterling risk reversals underlined the nerves over Britain’s election on Thursday

The dollar sank to its lowest in six weeks against the yen on Tuesday, as more unsettling economic data drove US government bond yields towards critic(...)

Political uproar over Trump’s firing of former FBI director James Comey have pressured the dollar

The dollar was on track to record its worst week since August on Friday, having lost almost all the gains made since Donald Trump, now surrounded by p(...)

Tesco first entered the Irish credit card market back in 2000, shaking up the banking sector

UK grocer Tesco is to stop offering its credit card in the Irish market, in a further blow for Irish consumers left with a shrinking number of financi(...)

Moody’s current credit rating for Ireland is A3. According to Rabobank, the agency is likely to upgrade Ireland’s rating today. (Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg)

Moody’s, a bond credit rating business, is likely to upgrade Ireland’s credit rating later today according to an analyst note from Rabobank. The not(...)

Sterling remains “a vulnerable currency and subject to continued bouts of volatility”.

The pound was last worth $1.30 on September 30th, a day when lawyers were lining up to derail Brexit in the courts, a resilient consumer as challengin(...)

Deirdre Hannigan has been appointed chief risk officer of AIB. (Photograph: AIB)

AIB has appointed Deirdre Hannigan from the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) as chief risk officer. She will take up the role on April 24th.(...)

 Chinese consumers are shunning domestic offerings from vineyards like this one in favour of imported wine.

China’s largest wine producer is preparing to open a 6 billion yuan (€847 million) “Wine City” in eastern China, an attraction complete with gothic-st(...)

INM chief executive Robert Pitt, chairman Leslie Buckley with fellow directors Ryan Preston and Jerome Kennedy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

In corporate Ireland, the more things change, the more they stay the same. The ongoing civil war at Independent News & Media (INM) is about as muc(...)

In March 2016, Capita Asset Services took over the management of all ACC Loan Management customer accounts and loan facilities, and staff moved from ACC to Capita Asset Services.

The wind-down of the bank formerly known as ACC Bank continues, with latest figures from the bank’s owner showing that the bank cut its loan portfoli(...)

Charlemont Exchange office complex at Dublin’s Charlemont Place, adjacent to the Hilton Hotel

Balark Investments, which is a subsidiary of the Marlet Property Group, has emerged as the buyer of Blocks A, B and C of the Charlemont Exchange offic(...)

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