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Irish households now hold record amounts on deposit, at almost €100 billion, despite the dire returns on offer.

Not so long ago I got a call from a reader querying the lack of options for saving, and the low level of interest rates available. He had well more(...)

Raisin.com said it was “working intensively on finding a solution for Irish savers”.

Beleaguered Irish savers could soon be able to access returns of as much as 1.65 per cent on their deposits, significantly beating returns available (...)

Raisin.com is offering Irish savers more options - but consumers should consider the strength of any financial institution before placing money with it.

Irish savers can now access two-year savings rates of 1.5 per cent a year with Austrian Bank Euram, which has just signed up to online savings platfo(...)

In line with European interest rate movements, deposit rates in Ireland are trending downwards, but figures from the European Central Bank earlier this month showed that Irish savers are earning the lowest return on their deposits across 18 European countries.

Irish savers will see their already meagre returns slashed further when banks such as KBC and Rabodirect cut their deposit rates at the end of this m(...)

Irish savers are earning less of a return on their deposits than their European peers figues from the ECB show.

Irish savers are earning the lowest return on their deposits across 18 European countries, new figures from the European Central Bank show. In Irela(...)

Raisin.com has just launched in Ireland, allowing	Irish savers to access the online platform to shop around for the best deposit rates across Europe.

Irish savers looking to boost the meagre return they’re being offered on their deposits can now access a new pan-European platform, which is promisin(...)

AIB is offering German savers an interest rate that is more than three times that offered to Irish customers

State-owned AIB is offering German savers an interest rate that is more than three times that offered to Irish customers. The Irish bank has joined (...)