American justice officials have charged three London-based City traders with conspiring to rig foreign exchange markets.
There is little reason to hope that this week’s showdown with the banks, when finance minister Paschal Donohoe takes them to task over the tracker mortgage scandal, will yield results. Previous encounters of this kind were nothing more than an excuse for the government to be…
Revelations that AIB was involved in assisting clients in avoiding tax through offshore tax havens have been described as “deeply disturbing”.
The former chief executive of Lloyds has defended the price it paid for its stricken rival HBOS, denying claims he should have driven a harder bargain.
Britain’s banks will have to find another £10 billion to cover potential losses in their portfolios of credit card, personal loan and car finance debt, the Bank of England has said.
Just because a couple are not financially compatible they can still figure it out, writes Mark Channing
When we talk about sky-rocketing house prices, we’re not quite getting the description right. The prices that are rocketing are not so much the bricks and mortar as the land they sit on. House price inflation is really land price inflation. Between 1994 and 2007, according…
A developer of a tidal energy device is looking for new investment to move closer to commercial sales.