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The bond sale represents the first time the country has sold debt with a 30-year maturity, and it comes three years after the country emerged from a painful bailout programme

Cyprus has seen strong demand for its inaugural 30-year bond sale in the latest sign of the country’s dramatic rebound since a fiscal and economic cri(...)

Nick Fahy is working on a plan to float the former UK unit of Bank of Cyprus on the London Stock Exchange in three years’ time

A one-time senior Bank of Ireland executive, Nick Fahy, is working on a plan to float the former UK unit of Bank of Cyprus on the London Stock Exchang(...)

Irish people reported significantly better health than the next healthiest country Cyprus (78 per cent). Photograph: Hoxton/Sam Edwards/Getty

Irish people believe themselves to be the healthiest in Europe, according to new European Union statistics. Some 83 per cent of Irish people rate the(...)

Seven years ago, Sean Quinn junior was about to get married. He was also facing jail for contempt over a €455 million asset-stripping scheme across s(...)

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One in 10 households in the private rented sector is paying more that 60 per cent of its income on rent, with one in 20 spending three quarters on ren(...)

Becky Loftus Dore: she cautions  people against choosing surrogacy in Ireland unless a family member or close friend has agreed to be the surrogate

A Fine Gael local election candidate has spoken of how she decided to become a surrogate for her friends. Becky Loftus Dore from Killucan, Co Westmea(...)

Brexit threat. Ireland’s financial sector’s exposure to the UK is the fourth highest of all 21 economies surveyed, reflecting the size of Irish banking subsidiaries operating in the UK.

The Republic tops the international rankings in terms of countries most exposed to Brexit. In a survey of 20 countries most exposed to a potential UK (...)

The European Parliament is targeting economies that are used for aggressive tax planning by multinationals. Photograph: iStock

The Republic helps big multinationals to engage in aggressive tax planning and the European Commission should regard it as one of five “EU tax havens”(...)

The European Parliament urged EU member states on Tuesday to end programmes to sell visas and passports Photograph: Frederick Florin / AFP/Getty Images

The European Parliament urged EU member states on Tuesday to curb money-laundering in the bloc by ending programmes to sell visas and passports, a ste(...)

The study indicated that Irish household debt now stands at 126 per cent of disposable income, a level last seen in 2003. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The risk to the Irish economy from elevated debt levels may be overstated, a study by the Department of Finance has claimed. The research paper, enti(...)

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