Thursday July 16, 2015
Europe moved to re-open funding to Greece's stricken economy today after the parliament in Athens approved a new bailout programme in a fractious vote that left the government without a majority.
Wednesday January 21, 2015
The co-author of the preliminary report on the origins of the banking crisis has said that property acquisition was almost the national obsession in Ireland.
Friday January 16, 2015
A round-up of Irish and international news stories
Friday January 09, 2015
The banking inquiry will hear testimony from Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan when it recommences next week.
Tuesday September 09, 2014
The Minister for Finance has completed a series of meetings with senior European officials where he sought support for the early repayment of some of Ireland's bailout loans.
Monday September 08, 2014
The EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs has indicated his support for Ireland's plan to repay part of its bailout loan early, according to Minister for Finance Michael Noonan.
Tuesday September 02, 2014
The Minister for Finance has said that this year's Budget adjustment will be significantly less than the €2.1bn forecast at the start of the year.
Friday July 26, 2013
ESM managing director Klaus Regling has told The Irish Times that Ireland's adherence to a €3.1 billion fiscal adjustment in October's budget is an "important next step" for the country.
Friday March 16, 2012
The European Financial Stability Facility, will contribute €109 billion to the second Greek bail-out after covering the costs of the Greek debt swap.
Thursday February 16, 2012
UK consultant Max Watson was paid 50% more for his work on the famed Regling/Watson banking report than his German co-author Klaus Regling.