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Bank of America beat estimates for quarterly profit on Wednesday, as the United States’ second-largest lender’s loan book benefited from a healthy dom(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane, pictured at its head office in Dublin.  Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Non-bank lender Finance Ireland is offering €290 million worth of mortgages for sale to international investors to fund further growth. Finance Irela(...)

Ryanair was among the main movers in Dublin on Friday.

A surge in German shares helped European equities mark their best first-half performance in over two decades yesterday, with investors awaiting the ou(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold has met  representatives of Cevian in recent months

Irish cement maker CRH needs to press ahead with extensive structural improvements, activist shareholder Cevian said on Friday, adding that the compan(...)

One gets the impression right now that markets, buoyed by the likelihood of US interest rate cuts from an increasingly dovish Federal Reserve, want to go higher. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

The S&P 500 hit fresh all-time highs last week but investors aren’t excited. Far from it, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s (BofAML) la(...)

Bank of Ireland CEO Francesca McDonagh’s plan is to expand the UK division’s loan book by 10 per cent and double its profitability – measured as return on equity – by 2021.

Investors in Bank of Ireland are currently valuing the group’s underperforming UK business at zero, according to an analyst with Bank of America Merri(...)

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a policy statement from the US Federal Reserve

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a polic(...)

With Irish mortgage rates still well above the EU average, there is simply no excuse for borrowers not to benefit from the latest extraordinary developments in interest rates markets.

Another day, another row. US president Donald Trump’s repose to the latest comments by ECB president Mario Draghi underline one of the key issues faci(...)

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As expectations have increased that the Federal Reserve is likely to cut US interest rates as early as next month, investors have sold bank stocks, sh(...)

The JP Morgan post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. In April,  the firm launched a European-listed ETF with a total expense ratio of just 0.04 per cent. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

In the United States, as much money is now invested in passive funds as it is in active funds, according to fund group Morningstar. Active fund manage(...)

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