Credits and Loans

Millennial money: A good credit score is essential

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My colleague Laura Whateley, our resident consumer champion, recently tried to help a reader who was worrying about a blip in his credit history.
Credits and Loans

Bank’s fears over future of credit unions

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Significant concerns over the viability of Irish credit unions were discussed by members of the Central Bank board late last year, it has emerged.
Big Business and Corporations

Tough line raises fears among big business

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Senior business figures have raised concerns over Theresa May’s vow to pull Britain out of the single market, but welcomed the “clarity” she gave
Big Business and Corporations

First minister accused of using big business as ‘a cash cow’

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Nicola Sturgeon was yesterday accused of using big business as “a cash cow” as she attempted to defend her move to hike rates for
Banking News

Central banks are trying to squeeze out the last drop

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A few days ago it was announced that Dame Minouche Shafik, who joined the Bank of England as one of its deputy governors two
Banking News

How do you solve a problem like the Co-op bank?

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The Manchester lender is back in the headlines — and not just because of its Crystal Methodist former chairman
Banking News

Noonan jettisons his banking shares just before they rocket

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While finance minister Michael Noonan is gearing up to sell Allied Irish Banks shares to retail investors with more than €10,000, he is altogether
Banking News

‘Up to 15 banks’ face tracker scandal rap

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Fifteen banks could be facing regulatory sanctions for wrongly removing cheaper tracker mortgages from up to 15,000 customers, according to the boss of the
FOREX

Cameron urges forex case ‘consequences’

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There should be “consequences” for individuals found guilty of wrongdoing in the multibillion-pound foreign exchange (forex) manipulation scandal, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.