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The company deals with about €30 million in livestock exports a year and was buying cattle in Ireland for sale into markets in Italy.

Farmers from all over the country met in Athlone Co Westmeath last night to consider the fallout from the receivership of cattle exporting company TLT(...)

 US stocks barely budged in thin trading after investors found little reason to add significant new positions with the Dow and the S&P 500 on a five-week winning streak. Photographer: Gino Domenico /Bloomberg

Better than forecast industrial data from China gave a boost to stocks on this side of the Atlantic while in the US the markets were becalmed as the b(...)

Banks have so far handed out £15.3 million to compensate small firms mis-sold complex hedging products. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Britain’s financial regulator has written to the bosses of the country’s biggest four banks to tell them to speed up the process of compensating small(...)

RBS is one of the banks set to pay fines next month, according to people familiar with the talks.

Brussels is poised to levy multibillion-euro fines on banks that took part in a cartel to rig two key global interest rate benchmarks as the cost of f(...)

Ryanair said net income for the year would be between €500 and €520 million, having previously guided €570 million. The malaise in airline shares across Europe sparked by the Ryanair announcement also dragged down Aer Lingus, which slipped more than 8 per cent ahead of a trading update. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Iseq tracked other exchanges into positive territory yesterday, as European stocks rose to a five-year high on expectations that the European Cen(...)

Vinny Fitzpatrick knew he was in deep trouble when the lady on crutches pulled away from him on Nutley Lane.He had stuck to her pins grimly, tapping i(...)

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Image of the week: Nuclear politician Nuclear power is safe in this man’s hands – it’s David Cameron, going the full jumpsuit as he gives a speec(...)

Critics of so-called ethical funds tend to lampoon the concept as one guaranteed to deliver lousy returns to sandal-wearing green types. The UK’s firs(...)

A record fine of more than $2.4 billion was imposed on a unit of HSBC. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

A unit of British bank HSBC Holdings was hit yesterday with a record $2.46 billion final judgment in a US securities class action lawsuit against a b(...)

A Greek journalist who published the names of more than 2,000 wealthy Greeks with money in Swiss bank accounts appeared in court again today for a ret(...)

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