Number of mortgage holders who lost good-value trackers may rise over 10,000 by time investigation completed

It could be summer before everyone who lost a good-value tracker mortgage is identified and contacted by their lenders.

Bank of Ireland admits over-charging thousands of its mortgage customers

Bank of Ireland has admitted over-charging thousands of its mortgage customers.

Four firms – including Ireland’s Davy – appointed to assist in AIB’s stock market flotation

Four firms have been given the potentially lucrative mandate to manage the planned sale of around 25pc of AIB, including Ireland’s Davy.

Property prices continue to rise as lack of homes for sale keeps pressure on buyers

Property prices continue to rise nationwide, as a lack of homes for sale keep the pressure on buyers.

Warning that public sector wage rows could drive up costs for Irish companies

Wage disputes in the public sector threaten to drive up costs across the economy, according to the ESRI think-tank.

Central Bank expects Brexit relocation decisions early in 2017

The Central Bank expects UK financial services firms affected by Brexit to make a decision on relocating here or elsewhere in the EU in the first half of 2017.

Dollar at highest against euro since 2003

The dollar climbed to the highest level since 2003 against the euro and gold plunged as the prospect of a steeper path for US interest rates filtered through markets. US stocks fluctuated after the worst day in two months.

Homing in on big savings

ONE of the biggest savings for households can be made by switching a mortgage to another provider.

Rent caps in ‘pressure zones’ to end spiralling costs to be announced today

In-demand locations will be subject to rent caps under plans to be announced today, the Irish Independent can reveal.

The case for ‘digital first’ in Irish business

Companies in Ireland can unlock huge revenue potentials and establish the country as a digital powerhouse on the global stage.

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