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Avolon chief executive Dómhnal Slattery with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the official opening of the company’s global headquarters in Ballsbridge. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Dublin-based aviation lessor Avolon delivered, delivered, sold or moved 170 aircraft in 2019, an average of more than three transactions a week, the I(...)

 Digicel  was once a cash cow for Denis  O’Brien. Between 2012 and 2014 he received dividends totalling $1.1 billion from the compnay.

When Denis O’Brien sold out of Ireland’s biggest newspaper group in 2019, the billionaire drew a line under an investment that had cost him more than (...)

A BMW i8 recharges.

Europe is poised to lead global growth in electric-car sales next year as governments across the region offer consumers ever-sweeter incentives toward(...)

Fitch upgraded its main credit rating for Permanent TSB by one level to BBB-, returning it to what is considered investment grade. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish banking stocks rose on Thursday in the wake of debt ratings upgrades overnight from Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s, as lenders continue to r(...)

Fitch warned last week that Digicel faces ‘imminent refinancing risk’ and will likely have to restructure the 2021 bonds. Photograph: Getty

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel telecoms group saw its earnings dip in the three months to the end of September. A slump in the value of currencies in some (...)

Fitch lowered its ratings on Digicel by one level to CC, eight rungs below what the ratings agency deems to be an investible grade. Photograph: iStock

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel Group faces “imminent refinancing risk” and will have to restructure a large part of its almost $7 billion (€6.3 billion) deb(...)

 Peugeot stock hit a 12-month high of €27.06 during trade in Paris on Wednesday before paring that back to close at €26.05.

Trade in most markets was subdued on Wednesday, but good results and strong performances from some heavyweights helped lift the Irish Stock Exchange. (...)

Documents filed by Fitch in Dublin suggest the reorganisation will take place in March 2020. Photograph: Getty Images

Fitch Ratings, one of the global “big three” credit ratings agencies, is shifting control of much of its European operations to Ireland. Ownership of (...)

Until a few weeks ago WeWork was one of the world’s most highly valued private companies. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

WeWork’s bankers are scrambling to complete a new debt financing package as soon as next week to buy time to restructure after the company’s failed in(...)

Ford has said it will take charges totalling $11 billion in a restructuring aimed at improving profitability and better positioning itself to capitalise on new technologies including electric and self-driving vehicles.

Ford’s credit rating has been cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service, which cited weak earnings and cash generation as the carmaker undergoes a cost(...)

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