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    Deutsche Bank said its liquidity position is strong enough to buy back the debt

    Deutsche Bank launches large bond buyback

    12 Feb Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank said today it would repurchase up to €4.8 billion in bonds, adding that its liquidity position is strong enough to buy back the debt.

    SIPTU is concerned the daa will pay a dividend to the State before pay restoration to staff

    SIPTU withdraws from daa forum in dividend row

    12 Feb SIPTU representatives at the Dublin Airport Authority have withdrawn from a joint staff/management forum amid fears that the company will pay a dividend to the State before restoring pay cuts imposed during the recession.

    In spite of the about-turn after one of the most volatile weeks for oil, prices were poised to end the week up to 7% lower

    Oil prices jump 12% amid talk of production cut

    12 Feb US crude prices jumped more than 10% today after a report once again suggested OPEC might resort to a production cut to reduce the world glut, and resilient stock markets added to the risk appetite in oil.

    Colum Horgan (left) Aspira founder and director and Pat Lucey (right) Aspira founder and CEO

    Cork-based Aspira to create 50 new jobs

    12 Feb Cork-based Aspira, the Irish owned enterprise technology project specialist, is to hire 50 staff after experiencing growth of 65% over the past year due to a series of new project wins.

    Renault said its net income rose to €2.82 billion from €1.89 billion a year earlier

    New models lift Renault profit despite Russia hit

    12 Feb Renault's full-year profit rose almost 50% in 2015 on strong sales of new models, but the French carmaker slashed the value of its stake in Lada-maker AvtoVAZby €225m amid a Russian car market slump.

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    Colum Horgan (left) Aspira founder and director and Pat Lucey (right) Aspira founder and CEO

    Cork-based Aspira to create 50 new jobs

    12 Feb Cork-based Aspira, the Irish owned enterprise technology project specialist, is to hire 50 staff after experiencing growth of 65% over the past year due to a series of new project wins.