Greece said it would boost state revenue by €3bn this year - though it would not introduce more 'recessionary measures'

Greece sends list of reforms to EU and IMF

27 Mar Greece has sent its creditors a long-awaited list of reforms with a pledge to produce a small budget surplus this year in the hope that it will unlock badly needed cash.

The report says a TTIP deal would increase the size of the Irish economy by just over 1%

Report finds TTIP would aid Irish economic growth

27 Mar A report on the impact in Ireland of the proposed trade agreement between the European Union and the United States, known as TTIP, says it would add to economic growth, employment and investment, as well as trade.

The court ruled that even if the contracts involved breached the law and regulations, they "are nonetheless enforceable"

Quinns 'cannot rely' on Anglo's alleged illegality

27 Mar The family of businessman Seán Quinn cannot rely on alleged illegality by the former Anglo Irish Bank as part of their case denying liability for €2.34bn in loans to Quinn Group-related companies, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Co-op Bank is trying to recover from a near collapse in 2013

Co-op Bank sees more job cuts after 2014 loss

27 Mar Britain's Co-operative Bank will close 57 more branches this year and more in the future under a turnaround plan that saw it cut 15% of its staff last year and make a loss of £264m.