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 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  makes a Brexit statement at Government Buildings. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar this week continued efforts to coax British MPs towards a consensus that might solve the Brexit impasse, when he insisted Brita(...)

The biggest systemic risk facing Ireland, aside from Brexit, is its high dependence on multinational firms, according to Philip Lane.   Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Banks in Ireland are beginning to realise there’s a downside risk to their top regulator moving on. The last Central Bank governor, Patrick Honohan, (...)

Ryanair dropped 1.4 per cent to €11.07 after analysts at Goodbody said the grounding of its Boeing 737 Max 8s could cost it €10 million this year.

European shares rose slightly on Wednesday as gains across most sectors offset losses among lenders, which were hit by a lack of detail in European Ce(...)

The decision to leave policy unchanged was widely expected after the bank unveiled new stimulus measures at its March policy vote. Photograph: EPA

The European Central Bank (ECB) has left interest rates on hold at record lows and reiterated its commitment to keep monetary stimulus in place until (...)

John Fell, the longest-serving Irish staff member at the ECB, is understood to be among individuals who put their names forward for the Central Bank governorship.

The most senior Irish member of staff at the European Central Bank (ECB) and the deputy secretary general of the Department of Health have emerged as (...)

Fahy Law plans to bring the first of up to 20 ‘lead cases’, which will determine the outcome of other cases, to the High Court in October.

A legal firm has said it will bring a raft of High Court actions against banks and so-called vulture funds over the failure to inform borrowers of EC(...)

S&P said temporary factors that sapped growth last year are wearing off. Photograph: Reuters

Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has cut its growth forecast for the euro zone to 1.1 per cent, suggesting a slowdown in economic activity globally has r(...)

ECB president Mario Draghi indicated that the EU regulator is looking at ways of easing the impact of negative interest rates.

Banks gained on a lacklustre day for markets after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi signalled that regulators were seeking ways of easing (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has begun the process of finding a new Central Bank governor. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has given prospective candidates to lead the Central Bank two weeks to register their interest, after European le(...)

Philip Lane: he is set to be confirmed   as the Republic’s first ECB executive board member. He is also the favourite to become the organisation’s chief economist.  Photograph:  Reuters

When Otmar Issing, one of the prime architects of the euro, was asked in 2001 to help select an outstanding European economist under 40, one name stoo(...)

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