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Shares in the Irish banks were lower today after the Central Bank yesterday ordered them to hold more capital in order to reduce the risk posed by a potential future downturn.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator has said that there are still too many questions and too few answers in talks between the EU and Britain over the country's withdrawal from the bloc.
Credit Suisse has created a new role to lead its handling of sexual harassment claims and examine group-wide policies.
How supply chain experts ensure we don't run out of such essentials as ice-cream, cold drinks and meat for the barbecue
US President Donald Trump rattled the world trade order this year by seeking to renegotiate the terms of some of the US trading relationships, in particular with China.
The value of the companies invested in by the NDRC reached €486m last year, according to the investment body's latest annual results.
The US Federal Reserve discussed whether recession lurked around the corner and expressed concerns global trade tensions could hit an economy that by most measures looked strong, minutes from its last meeting show.
The Government is seeking advisers to help "realise the value" of State-owned bank stakes, in the clearest signal yet that groundwork is being laid to sell its remaining shares.
South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics estimated today that its earnings grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in the second quarter.
Some major Chinese ports delayed clearing goods from the United States, sources said, potentially disrupting imports worth billions of dollars as the world's top two economies head towards a trade war.
Sterling will not move much in the run-up to Britain's departure from the European Union in March next year but will gain ground on the US dollar afterwards, a Reuters poll of foreign exchange strategists predicted.
Switching dual fuel provider every year saves the average consumer more than €1,400 over four years, according to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a meeting of her Cabinet today to consider Brexit plans that could result in the UK remaining closely aligned to EU rules on agriculture and food.
German industrial output rose in May, data showed today, suggesting that factories in Europe's largest economy are regathering steam after a weak start of the year.
Rolls-Royce Holdings said it would sell its loss-making commercial marine business to Kongsberg Gruppen for an enterprise value of £500m.
The Central Bank has ordered Irish banks to hold more capital in order to reduce the risk posed by a potential future downturn.
The State's investment fund is to be refocused to help support the Government's Project 2040 development plan.
Assessing the Brexit process to date in terms of withdrawal, transition and framework for future relationships
Clann Credo has given out over €100m in loans to the country's community and voluntary sector since it was established in 2007.
The US is "opening fire" on the world with its threatened tariffs, China warned today, saying no one wants a trade war but it will respond the instant US measures go into effect.