Monday August 31, 2015
RTÉ News has learned that 220 employees at Bank of Ireland subsidiary New Ireland Assurance are set for a windfall as they receive back-money averaging an estimated €10,000 in a six-year-old row over pay increases.
Friday August 28, 2015
Takeover suitor 888 Holdings has insisted it was best placed to seal a tie-up with bwin.party amid signs it could be jilted at the altar in favour of a rival £1 billion proposal.
Wednesday August 26, 2015
The risk has increased that the European Central Bank won't get inflation back up to where it wants, the bank's chief economist has said, pledging to beef up its anti-deflation asset-buying programme if necessary.
Friday August 14, 2015
German growth accelerated in the second quarter of 2015 but by less than expected, with foreign trade acting as a support and investment braking Europe's largest economy.
Thursday August 13, 2015
China's central bank has said that there was no basis for further depreciation in the yuan given strong economic fundamentals, in a bid to reassure jittery global markets after it devalued the currency earlier in the week.
Wednesday August 12, 2015
China's yuan hit a four-year low this morning, falling for a second day after authorities devalued it in a move that sparked fears of a global currency war and accusations that Beijing was giving an unfair advantage to its struggling exporters.
Friday August 07, 2015
Asia-Pacific countries negotiating a vast free-trade pact will hopefully secure a deal by the end of this year, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said.
Wednesday August 05, 2015
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has told US Vice President Joe Biden he would have "serious concerns" if WikiLeaks claims Washington spied on Japanese politicians were true.
Tuesday August 04, 2015
Greece's banking stocks have plunged for the second day in a row, dragging the main Athens index down in a graphic illustration of the country's financial and economic woes.
Friday July 31, 2015
WikiLeaks has released documents saying that the US spied on Japanese politicians, its top central banker and major firms including conglomerate Mitsubishi.