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Traders work in desk pods on the trading floor inside the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, operated by Deutsche Boerse AG, in Frankfurt, Germany . Photographer: Thorsten Wagner/Bloomberg

European stocks extended losses on Tuesday as worries about the economic fallout of tighter coronavirus restrictions on the continent overshadowed so(...)

PTSB will receive the €1.2 billion net value of the portfolio. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB chief executive Eamonn Crowley has dampened speculation it could emerge as a “white knight” merger partner for Ulster Bank in the Republ(...)

European shares held steady on Wednesday, underpinned by gains for Wall Street futures, following losses the day before on vaccine trials and a stimul(...)

Bank of Ireland shares fell 4.5 per cent to €1.82. Photograph: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images

European stocks fell on Tuesday, with banks standing out as a weak spot, amid fresh fears over the timeline to a Covid-19 vaccine, uncertainties over (...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP

European shares hit a five-week high on Monday as optimism about a stable economic recovery in China and hopes of more US fiscal stimulus helped offse(...)

An Exxon petrol station in Arlington, Virginia. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters

Oil giant Exxon Mobil has been having a tough time of it lately. Shares recently fell in 18 out of 19 trading days – the worst losing streak in the pa(...)

Shares in Cineworld, which operates the Regal chain in the US alongside Cineworld and Picturehouse in Europe, were down 40 per cent in early afternoon trading in London on Monday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Cineworld will close all its Irish, UK and US cinemas indefinitely, threatening tens of thousands of jobs, after the long-awaited next instalment in t(...)

People on their way into JPMorgan Chase & Co headquarters in New York. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

JPMorgan Chase and Co is the latest bank to halt plans to bring back more workers to its London base after the UK government urged people to work from(...)

Pioneered by the World Bank more than a decade ago, green bond sales have ballooned in recent years. Image: iStock

AIB on Wednesday became the first Irish bank to venture into the burgeoning green bonds market, raising €1 billion of capital to support lending towar(...)

Finance Ireland’s Billy Kane: has put plan on ice to float firm on the stock market as Covid-19 hit investor appetite.   Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the largest non-bank lender in the State, refinanced a portfolio of €295 million worth of mortgages on the international bond market (...)

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