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Former Barclays employees (L-R) Jay Merchant, Jonathan Matthew and Alex Pabon, were sentenced on Thursday to prison terms for having manipulated the Libor interbank rate. Photograph: Getty Images

Four former Barclays bankers were sentenced to between 33 months and six-and-a-half years in jail by a London judge on Thursday for conspiring to rig(...)

Sterling climbed by 0.7 per cent to 82.32p against the euro, having hit a low of more than two years of 83.80p earlier in the week. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/AFP/Getty Images

UK blue-chip stocks had by last night recovered all the losses incurred after last week’s shock European Union referendum result and sterling briefly (...)

The yield on Ireland’s 10-year bonds, which rose sharply on Thursday amid heightened concern about the UK’s membership of the EU, eased back by 0.06 percentage points to 0.86 per cent. Photograph:  Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Irish shares rebounded from four-month lows on Friday in line with equities globally, amid speculation UK Labour MP Jo Cox’s murder on Thursday may r(...)

Operating income rose by 25 per cent to €76.8 million.  Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

Losses at the former ACC Bank, which now trades as ACC Loan Management, narrowed in 2015 due to higher income, and reductions in its loan impairment c(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH fell almost 0.9 per cent

UK and European stocks fell, bringing a halt to their longest advance in almost seven weeks. Poor performances by banks damaged markets across Europe(...)

If Irish banks are charging over the odds on mortgages, then it stands to reason that they’re earning considerably higher margins. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

It’s difficult to avoid mortgages these days. Pick up a paper or turn on the radio and it seems it won’t be long before mortgages make an appearance;(...)

Prime Minister David Cameron  at the launch of the ‘Brighter Future In’ campaign bus at Exeter University in Devon, after he said he will “make no apology” for spending taxpayers’ money on a pro-EU publicity drive ahead of the referendum on Britain’s future membership.  Photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

Investors sceptical of low-conviction rally With global equities gaining 15 per cent and Wall Street staging its eighth largest intra- quarter reversa(...)

The dollar’s fall against the yen deepened on Thursday after minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s most recent policy meeting offered little optimism (...)

Wall Street traders in New York. The CBOE Vix volatility index – often described as Wall Street’s “fear gauge” – was up 6.4 per cent at 15.90, having ended the previous week at its lowest closing level since August.

US and European stocks went into the Easter break on a downbeat note after a week in which expectations mounted that the Federal Reserve could raise i(...)

Female job seekers look at maps of a job fair held for fresh graduates in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Yuya Shino  /Reuters

European stock markets bounced back on Wednesday from the concerns over security that have dominated the past 24 hours, helped by a handful of more po(...)

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