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Netflix, Amazon, Exxon Mobil and Goldman Sachs, among other high-profile stocks, have suffered double-digit drops lately

Stock markets may be not too far away from all-time highs, but some high-profile stocks –Amazon, Netflix, Exxon Mobil and Goldman Sachs, among others (...)

The Central Bank approved the creation of 26 new positions for its credit institutions directorate and 10 additional roles in its banking resolution unit. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank, which employs more than 1,600 people, plans to beef up its banking supervision arm to cope with an expected increase in activity as(...)

A Tesla wall connector for charging the company’s vehicles at customers homes. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters

Tesla said on Monday it would raise about $1.5 billion (€1.27 billion) through its first-ever offering of junk bonds as the US luxury electric car mak(...)

Newcastle United owner and Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley arrives at the High Court in London. (Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire)

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley has told the UK High Court he is a “binge” drinker and cannot remember the details of a January 2013 drinking sessio(...)

Bernard Byrne, AIB chief executive, rings the bell at the Irish Stock Exchange with Deirdre Somers, Irish Stock Exchange chief executive, and Richard Pym, chairman AIB. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Shortly after midnight last Friday, Ann Nolan, deputy head of the Department of Finance, and two officials working on AIB’s flotation hailed a taxi fr(...)

Goldman Sachs at the New York Stock Exchange: Goldman and BAML were among banks that lent Tottenham Hotspur €455 million in May to help finance a new 61,500-seat stadium in London. Photograph: Reuters

US banks that have carved out a lucrative niche financing the construction and renovation of sports stadiums are making a push into Europe, signing a (...)

Former minister of state for European affairs Lucinda Creighton said Brexit had begun to dominate her consultancy work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ed Brophy, who served as chief of staff to Joan Burton when she was Tánaiste in the last government, didn’t have much time to get his feet under the t(...)

Faced with the complexities of Brexit’s impact, firm business planning is impossible. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s victories or defeats in the race to win banks and insurers fleeing London in search of bases in the European Union has been almost the sole (...)

AIB IPO: investment banks working on the transaction revealed on Tuesday evening that the State’s disposal of up to a 28.8 per cent interest in AIB to new investors is now set to be priced at between €4.20 and €4.60 per share.

The Government has narrowed the price range at which it expects to float AIB on the stock market this week, reducing the maximum it could achieve for (...)

Lloyds of London won’t be moving to Dublin, having chosen Brussels as its post-EU base.

On Wednesday morning the Lions ran out to play at the QBE stadium in Auckland. Australian insurer QBE, one of the world’s top 20 general insurers, has(...)

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