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 US President Donald Trump meets with China’s President Xi Jinping: Th US and China have agreed in principle to phase out tariffs imposed in the ongoing trade war.  Photograph: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Global stocks edged higher last week after China announced that it and the US had agreed in principle to phase out tariffs imposed in the ongoing trad(...)

Only 15 per cent of Irish people questioned feel confident now about their financial position in retirement.

Only one in six Irish workers is confident about their financial security in retirement, according to a new study. But that it is still higher than th(...)

“Fearless Girl”, an award-winning 2017 advertisement for State Street, which was later accused of hypocrisy after its equal pay record emerged. Photograph: William Volcov/Getty Images

After the landslide vote to repeal the Eighth, it would be nice to have a media moratorium on those regular, unhelpful takes that feminists are doing (...)

Brexit negotiations won’t have an effect on markets until 2018, State Street said. Photograph: iStock

A majority of investors still have no immediate plans to change the holding of their UK assets in the aftermath of Brexit, a survey shows. The quart(...)

State Street’s Irish headquarters on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in Dublin.

US financial services giant State Street, which employs more than 2,500 staff in Ireland, is preparing to vacate a key building in Carrickmines in so(...)

Active fund management is in retreat, with investors increasingly flocking to low-cost passive investing strategies, but is there a danger of overshoo(...)

State Street made “substantial” revenues by telling customers it guaranteed the most competitive rates on FX trades, the US Securities and Exchange Commission said.

State Street has agreed to pay $382.4 million to settle US authorities’ allegations that it applied hidden mark-ups to clients’ currency trades. Stat(...)

 Bank of America  building in Chicago: The “living will” plans   are intended to prevent more taxpayer bailouts of big institutions and the kind of chaos sparked by the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Photograph: Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg

Five big US banks including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America have been warned by regulators to reform or face harsh sanctions after their plans to (...)

The largest Irish intermediary named in the Panama Papers is the Pegasus Trust/Laburnum Finance operation at Number 30 Botanic Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

There are 323 companies in the leaked Mossack Fonseca files associated with addresses in Ireland, mostly by way of the intermediaries that acted for (...)

Some 20 students from University College Cork will join the programme. Photograph: Gavin Browne

International bank State Street is linking up with University College Cork (UCC) and Zhejiang University (ZJU) in eastern China to set up an R&D f(...)

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