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Renewable energy investment company said it has completed a €370 million portfolio refinance of a 220 MW onshore wind portfolio for its NTR Wind 1 LP (...)

Lloyds Bank Group set aside £2.4bn to cover potential bad loans. Photograph: iStock

Lloyds Banking Group swung to a rare pretax loss in the first half of 2020, after setting aside a bigger-than-expected £2.4 billion second-quarter pro(...)

US stocks rose on Wednesday as a slew of positive earnings updates and hopes for assurances of continued support from the Federal Reserve overshadowed concerns about next steps for the government’s coronavirus relief plan. Photograph: AP Photo/Richard Drew

Europe’s main stocks benchmark closed nearly flat on Wednesday, as investors waited to hear from the US Federal Reserve, but a flurry of earnings repo(...)

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt told the bank’s agm  it had granted more than 40,000 payment breaks to borrowers hit by the coronavirus crisis. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

AIB borrowers who wish to extend a Covid-19 payment break from three to six months face scrutiny from the bank if it is likely the crisis will have a (...)

Banks including Spain’s Santander to UniCredit in Italy, Germany’s Deutshe Bank and London-headquartered HSBC have announced billions of euros of bad debt charges between them in the past week. Photograph: iStock

The European Commission has offered banks flexibility in how they calculate and set aside provisions for bad loans as they deal with an expected surge(...)

John Jackson and Michael Robson training with the Ireland senior men’s hockey team at the  National Sports Campus, Abbotstown.  Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

It’s an exciting time for Irish indoor hockey with the re-establishment of the men’s and women’s senior national teams after a 30-plus year hiatus. T(...)

In US retail stocks dipped on signs of a tepid start to in-store Black Friday sale. Mona Spiker  hauls away her purchases during Black Friday in Missouri. Photograph: Cristina M Fletes/St Louis Post-Dispatch via AP

European stocks nudged lower on Friday as US-China discord over Hong Kong reignited trade tensions. The diplomatic clash saw China threaten to retalia(...)

‘Fintech democratises the global economy, empowers businesses and gives them access to products and services normally reserved for bigger corporations,’ says Lloyd Huchinson, country manager for Ebury’s business in Britain and Ireland

London-based fintech Ebury said it planned to grow its Dublin office, doubling staff numbers as it seeks to increase its Irish business. Ebury, which (...)

Easing of trade tensions between Mexico and the US lifted the mood of global markets.

Global stocks rose on Monday as US president Donald Trump suspended plans to hit Mexican imports with tariffs, easing trade war fears. DUBLIN Trade(...)

The Pont Aven ferry, which operates on the Cork to Roscoff route, has been undergoing repairs since the middle of May.

The holiday plans of thousands of Brittany Ferries customers with plans to sail from Cork to France over the coming weeks are up in the air after the (...)

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