Britain should consider remaining in the European Union beyond March 2019 to allow more time to resolve issues such as the future of the Border, the H(...)

Anglo Irish Bank – renamed Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and put into liquidation five years ago – contributed almost 46 per cent of all the €74bn of loans transferred by five lenders to Nama. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Ten years ago today, the market value of Anglo Irish Bank plunged up to 22 per cent as skittish international investors zeroed in on problems building(...)

US treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Friday that the US “firmly opposes proposals by any country to single out digital companies”.

A new OECD report on taxing the digital sector shows Ireland is not alone in opposing a European Union plan to impose a sales tax on the big players i(...)

Michel Barnier (left) is known for his austere approach to life, while David Davis  likes to think of himself as “a charming bastard”.

The frozen streets of Helsinki lie silent as the mercury plunges to -16C. But inside the British embassy, the lights are burning. David Davis, the man(...)

Cecilia Malmstrom, the EU’s top trade official, will next week meet senior US officials to discuss the tariff issue. Photograph: Getty

Brussels has kicked off the process of applying retaliation measures against the United States over its planned steel and aluminium tariffs, in case t(...)

The Irish border issue is stalling Brexit talks: Germany is keen to give the UK transition, but  France views this as a prize to be awarded only if the UK makes significant progress on outstanding issues like the Irish border. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

The UK has significant ground to make up on the Irish Border issue before next week’s summit where it aims to clinch a deal on a Brexit transition per(...)

 Permanent TSB has the highest ratio of non-performing loans (NPLs) in Ireland, at 26 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish banks and firms that have bought non-performing loans in recent years are likely to turn to the bond markets to refinance so-called split mortga(...)

Large companies with significant digital revenues in the European Union such as Google and Facebook  would be affected. Photograph: Reuters

Large companies with significant digital revenues in the European Union such as Google and Facebook could face a 3 per cent tax on their turnover unde(...)

José Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission at a press conference in Government Buildings. Photograph: Alan Betson

The European Commission has come under renewed fire for mishandling the ethical issues raised by the move of José Manuel Barroso, its former president(...)

European Central Bank  president Mario Draghi in Brussels, Belgium. For the first time, the banking supervisor laid down time limits for how quickly lenders should set aside capital for loans that turn bad. Photograph: Reuters

The European Central Bank told banks they will need to be tougher in dealing with bad loans as euro zone lenders continue to grapple with soured debts(...)

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