The Money Advice and Budgeting Service is an excellent service, funded by the Department of Social Protection and designed to help ordinary people find solutions to debt problems. Photograph: iStock

We are a retired couple with limited income and no assets other than our home. We have a tracker mortgage of €53,000 due for full repayment in 12 mont(...)

Some 29 people have been admitted to the Royal Irish Academy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Some 24 of 29 newly-elected members who were admitted to the Royal Irish Academy were commended for their exceptional contributions to the sciences, h(...)

Wall Street indices fell into the red midway through trading in New York. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP

The S&P 500 recovered from a plunge on Friday, ending the day slightly higher but not before a dramatic swoon that had pushed the index into bear (...)

Bank of America Global Research is ‘confident in a benign impairment outlook’ for the two Irish banks. Photograph: Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg

Bank of America Global Research has reiterated its “buy” ratings on Bank of Ireland and AIB in a note on Irish banks titled “well, it took a while – b(...)

World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab said the global food crisis, in particular, needed the attention of delegates at this year’s forum which begins at the weekend. Photograph: Jean-Christophe Bott/EPA

The World Economic Forum’s 2022 gathering in Davos next week will be “the most timely and consequential” in its 52-year history, its founder, Klaus Sc(...)

Those on tracker mortgages or variable rates could see ‘an almost instant increase’ in their monthly repayments, said Daragh Cassidy of Bonkers.ie. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

The “normalisation” of interest rates across Europe could see mortgage holders in Ireland paying up to €400 more a month even on modest mortgages of €(...)

Irish banks are on track to grow their revenue streams after widening their product offering, according to Standard & Poor’s.  Photograph: iStock

Standard & Poor’s has raised its outlook for the credit ratings of Bank of Ireland and AIB as the lenders are poised to benefit from ongoing conso(...)

Global investors have built up cash levels last seen in the aftermath of the September 2001 terrorist attacks. Photograph: iStock

Nervous global investors have built up cash levels last seen in the aftermath of the September 2001 terrorist attacks, amid growing fears about the tw(...)

The Government is seeking the views of the public on continuing pay restrictions across Irish banks that were bailed out during the financial crisis, as part of a review of the future of the sector.

The Government is seeking the views of the public on continuing pay restrictions across Irish banks that were bailed out during the financial crisis, (...)

‘Confidence that €1 is €1 rests on our ability to convert, at par, private money into public money’

A “digital euro” could be launched within four years, and would “support financial inclusion” at a time when the “vast reduction” in the number of ban(...)

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