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As bank-bashing subsides - nine years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers - there may be a push to slow down or unwind rules designed to curb the financial world’s excesses

They were called public enemies. They were strung up in effigy during protests in London and New York. Their behaviour spurred an outcry that changed(...)

Ryanair outperformed most of its peers, ending the day down 1.5 per cent to €14.49. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

European shares hit a two-week low on Wednesday, extending losses from the previous session, weighed down by weaker banks and a plunge in security se(...)

The New York Stock Exchange. The Iseq index rose as much as 0.5 per cent to 6,714.74, marking its highest closing price since June 2016.

The Iseq index of Irish shares closed at its highest level in 14 months amid light trading volumes in Dublin on St Patrick’s Day, with Ryanair, Glanbi(...)

Ardagh chairman Paul Coulson: “We will be buying things. But there’s nothing on the horizon at the moment.”

Shares in Ardagh Group soared as much as 19.7 per cent as the glass and metal containers giant floated on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, v(...)

Those at the top in banks should ensure that their own behaviour – through interactions with staff, customers, investors and media – is consistently honest.

Fake news has become a horrible euphemism for lying. But call it what you will, the dissemination of untruths has become dangerously entrenched in the(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange  in New York. The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average swung between losses and gains on Wednesday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European stocks closed little changed, halting a four-day losing streak, as gains in banks were tempered by losses in energy and mining shares. The p(...)

 Paul Coulson, chairman of the Ardagh Group, who holds a 36 per cent stake in the group which started the IPO process Monday to float on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ardagh Group, the glass and metal containers giant built up by Dublin financier Paul Coulson, pressed the start button on Monday on its initial public(...)

Ardagh Group chairman Paul Coulson: Signalled last month that the group was planning to float on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ardagh Group’s imminent $300 million (€282.4 million) share sale and New York Stock Exchange flotation has moved a step closer after the glass and met(...)

Ardagh executive chairman Paul Coulson: 36 per cent stake in group would be worth up to  €2.4 billion, based on Merrion Capital’s valuation. Photograph: Frank Miller

Goldman Sachs and Davy have made it to the list of firms chosen to underwrite Ardagh Group’s planned $300 million (€284 million) initial public offeri(...)

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street today. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Declines in banks and miners sent European stocks lower for the first time in eight days, while investors also assessed disappointing corporate outlo(...)

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