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Dublin Bus hike prepaid ticket prices – with two days’ notice
The bus operator raises prepaid most fares by 5%, effective tomorrow.
What’s a Double Dip recession? Your 60-second guide
The services sector is slowing down. Is a second recession on the way? And what does that mean?
Exchequer deficit hits €12.1bn in August
Government insists returns are “stabilising”.
Anglo posts €8.2bn first half losses – the biggest in Irish history
Bank chairman Alan Dukes says a good-bad split is the cheapest option – in direct conflict with the Department of Finance.
Japan to introduce $11bn stimulus package
Japan has proposed a new stimulus package in an attempt to revive the country’s faltering economy.
Change of image for credit unions?
Survey shows most union members want to shake things up.
New regulations for homeowners in arrears
New rules for mortgage lenders have been proposed to help struggling homeowners.
Greece turns a corner – and can borrow more money
The EU and IMF praise “impressive” progress in rescuing the country’s finances.
UK gets tough on Bankers pay
A new code will see at least 40% of bonuses deferred for three years.
McCarthy heads group to check state assets
Board will look into efficiency of assets such as RTÉ and an Post.