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 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US stocks rose on Tuesday even in the face of surging Treasury yields as a positive earnings reports helped investors shrug off potential risks from an aggressive rise in US interest rates and the Ukraine war.

European shares posted their worst day in two weeks on Tuesday as rising bond yields, worries about the war in Ukraine, and a batch of upcoming earnin(...)

If you are considering releasing equity to fund work on your property, it may make sense to switch your mortgage at the same time

Construction costs may be soaring, supply chains collapsing, and the impact of Brexit still being felt; nonetheless, even the briefest of strolls in (...)

The five-year plan will initially see an increase of 120 places over the coming two years, starting with the next academic year in September.Photograph: iStock

The Government will be asked in the coming weeks to sign off on a proposal to increase the number of places on medical courses by 200 - an increase of(...)

Some women say they have been obliged to quit work, or consider doing so, because of debilitating symptoms. File photograph: Getty

It’s a life stage not an illness yet the menopause is so difficult for some women that they quit work or consider doing so because of debilitating sym(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has signalled that the effects of the Ukraine war on the global economy have cast doubt over the timing of its plans to ma(...)

Tesla shares went into decline after its chief executive Elon Musk offered to buy Twitter. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP

European shares rose on Thursday as the European Central Bank kept its policy stance largely unchanged and signalled a steady reduction of stimulus ov(...)

European stocks were lacking direction with Thursday’s ECB meeting likely to set the tone for the weeks to come. Photograph: Bernd Kammerer/AP Photo

European shares ended Wednesday’s sessions little changed as investors positioned themselves ahead of a key European Central Bank meeting on Thursday(...)

Ulster Bank has 360,000 active personal current accounts in the Republic. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Ulster Bank said on Wednesday that it has formally begun writing to groups of current and deposit account customers to give them six months’ notice to(...)

KBC Bank Ireland  has said that, from June 1st, it will start to give its current account customers 90 days’ notice to close their accounts.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

KBC Bank Ireland will start to give its current account customers 90 days’ notice to close their accounts from June 1st, it said on Tuesday, as the Be(...)

Bank of Ireland has decided to stop providing specialist loans of up to €60,000 to graduate entry medical students from July. Photograph: iStock

Bank of Ireland has decided to stop providing specialist loans of up to €60,000 to graduate entry medical students from July, citing falling demand an(...)

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