Thursday March 26, 2015
The former head of RTÉ News and Current Affairs has told the Banking Inquiry the broadcaster performed its public service role well in the period under scrutiny but it could have done better.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
An academic who specialises in media analysis has told the Banking Inquiry that, overwhelmingly, the Irish media maintained that there was no bubble and that the boom would eventually end in a "soft landing".
Wednesday March 18, 2015
Sweden's central bank took its key interest rate further into negative territory today in a surprise move aimed at supporting a return to inflation.
Friday March 13, 2015
The Irish Banking Resolution Corporation will repay the €1.1bn loaned to it to cover depositors under the State guarantee.
Thursday March 05, 2015
The European Central Bank's President Mario Draghi has said the bank will start its bond purchases programme on 9 March.
Monday March 02, 2015
Samsung has unveiled two new flagship smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Thursday February 26, 2015
Building materials group CRH has posted a 5% increase in sales to €18.9 billion for the year to the end of December.
Wednesday February 18, 2015
The IMF's surveillance of the Irish economy before the crash gave "no inkling" that Ireland faced a downturn and had "failed", a former IMF deputy director has told the Banking Inquiry.
Wednesday February 11, 2015
Eurozone finance ministers were unable to agree with Greece a final statement or a way to continue talks until their next meeting on Monday, following hours of discussions in Brussels to extend an international bailout.
Wednesday February 04, 2015
The European Central Bank is suspending a waiver allowing Greek banks to use government debt as collateral for loans, depriving the banks of a key avenue to much-needed cash.