Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicts Ireland’s GDP to grow 1.9% next year, more than twice its 0.8% projection for the euro zone.

Ireland and Germany are the only euro zone countries likely to see a “significant” pick-up in growth next year, according to Bank of America Merrill L(...)

Bank of Ireland successfully raised €580 million of equity today as part of a deal to repay €1.8 billion of its State bailout.Under its original €4.8 (...)

Inquest heard today  the German student was taking medication for epilepsy, but had not told anyone at the bank about his condition. Photograph: Reuters

A 21-year-old intern died of an epileptic fit that may have been triggered by fatigue after working “exceptional” hours at a top investment bank, an i(...)

Central Park: high-spec office, retail and residential scheme with good transport links

Nama has settled on a guide price of over €250 million for Central Park in Leopardstown, Dublin 18 – the largest single Irish property asset to be off(...)

The UK government seems to have been taken by surprise at the popularity of the Royal Mail offering, which is heavily oversubscribed and is expected to list at the top of its £3 to £3.30 a share band. Photograph: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

London is in the throes of a 1980s revival. In Westminster, Tory politicians loudly extol the economic and moral virtues of privatisation, while City (...)

Instant messaging on private networks is a principal way participants in financial markets swap the information that drives trading.

Eight investment banks are launching an ambitious assault on Bloomberg’s grip on daily communications in financial markets with the start of a free m(...)

Police officers tape off the Lincoln Memorial, closing it to visitors. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Is the US a functioning democracy? This week legislators decided to shut down a swath of the federal government rather then allow an enacted health la(...)

Britain’s chancellor George Osborne and Lloyds Banking Group chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio address staff at a Lloyds Contact Centre in Birmingham, after discussing the sale of a 6 per cent stake in the banking group. Photograph: Joe Giddens/Reuters

A profit of £61 million on £3.2 billion worth of shares may not seem much to shout about, but the UK government’s sale of the first tranche of its sta(...)

Greece’s debt was the worst performer among the bond markets studied, losing 1 per cent since 2008.

Polish debt has delivered the best risk-adjusted return since the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers, followed by New Zealand debt and Bank of America M(...)

Following an agreed sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless, Vodafone could make an offer for Ono, the Spanish cable operator, or Swisscom’s Fastweb in Italy, some analysts believe. Photograph: PA Wire

Vodafone shareholders may not be in line for the huge cash windfall that had been predicted following the sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless.As the(...)

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