Burned-out vans and cars at the scene of the Strokestown eviction late last year. Photograp: Brian Farrell

Potential new entrants into the State’s mortgage market are likely to “think twice” in the current political climate, as they face increased risks whe(...)

The past year has seen a significant rise in new schemes in Cork, including one of the biggest in the country, at Janeville in Carrigaline, a development of up to 1,000 homes. File photograph: Geography Photos/UIG via Getty Images

The house price inflation gap is growing faster in the regions than it is in Dublin. According to the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland’s mos(...)

The draft No Consent, No Sale Bill 2019, was unveiled by Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty in the Dáil last week. FIle photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Central Bank of Ireland has warned the Department of Finance that a proposed new Bill from Sinn Féin that would prevent a bank from selling a mor(...)

The positive news is that more houses are being built.

For anyone looking to relocate to Dublin, buy their first property, or trade up or down, the prospects for buying a home in 2019 look better than they(...)

Consumer advocate Brendan Burgess said the current system which protects distressed borrowers should be “more or less maintained to protect those who are paying what they can”. Photograph: David Sleator

Irish mortgage holders have to pay about €250 each month for the lifetime of their loans to pay for the costs of those who are not able, or refuse to (...)

Bank of Ireland secured favourable grades for the quality of its equity capital buffers, return on assets, and information technology  overhaul programme. Photograph:  Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Bank of Ireland has been rated among the worst performers on a global list of 500 publicly-quoted lenders compiled by banking research firm Lafferty G(...)

Bank of America will be posting its latest results, as will Bellway, eBay, Goldman Sachs, Netflix, Johnson & Johnson, Morgan Stanley, among others. Photograph: Jeremy Bales/Bloomberg

MONDAY Results: Bank of America. Indicators: Irish balance of trade (Aug); German import prices (Aug); US retail sales (Sep). Meetings: Opening (...)

Thursday: Brid Horan will address the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants on the progress of the Better Balance for Better Business review group, of which she is co-chair. Photograph:  Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Monday Indicators: UK industrial trends orders (Sep); German current conditions, expectations and business climate (Sep). Tuesday Results: Clo(...)

Hong Kong’s financial secretary Paul Chan Mo-po met with officials from Enterprise Ireland and some of its key fintech clients during his visit to Dublin

Hong Kong’s most senior financial official was in Dublin on Thursday to cement trading ties between the two jurisdictions and showcase the opportuniti(...)

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is the latest to warn that the Irish economy is showing signs of overheating and that(...)

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