Friday July 24, 2015
The jurors in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials, charged with trying to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick from the Revenue Commissioners, have been told Mr FitzPatrick is not on trial and they do not have to reach any verdict about his culpability.
Wednesday July 22, 2015
A turning point in the fight against Alzheimer's may have been reached with the first trial evidence that progression of the disease can be held back.
Tuesday July 21, 2015
The prosecution has finished its case in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials accused of trying to hide accounts connected to the bank's former chairman Sean FitzPatrick from Revenue.
Monday July 20, 2015
Greece repaid the European Central Bank today the bank said, clearing a key obligation worth about €4.2bn with one of its top lenders, after receiving temporary funding while it negotiates a bigger bailout deal.
Wednesday July 15, 2015
Bank of America has reported a big jump in quarterly earnings in results that were lifted by a major drop in legal expenses from the same time last year.
Tuesday July 14, 2015
US banking giant Wells Fargo has reported flat earnings, as rising salaries and other costs offset gains in loans and deposits.
Wednesday July 08, 2015
Former Taoiseach, Brian Cowen, has defended his government's decision to guarantee the banks and said Ireland was "bounced" into the Troika bailout in 2010.
Tuesday July 07, 2015
A draft report by the European Commission, seen by RTÉ News, has stated that it is important to allow Irish banks sufficient leeway in setting mortgage interest rates.
Wednesday July 01, 2015
Today was the deadline set by Finance Minister Michael Noonan for banks to respond to his demands for rate cuts on standard variable rate mortgages.
Tuesday June 30, 2015
Repayments on household loans exceeded new lending by €291m during May, according to the Central Bank, largely due to a decline in loans for house purchases.