DUBLIN (Reuters) - Bank of Ireland (BoI) BKIR.I said it may sell new shares to help repay 1.8 billion euros ($2.4 billion) of state-owned preference shares the bank had to issue as part of its 2009 bailout. A successful redemption of the …
When a company with a falling stock decides to lower the price at which its executives can buy shares, many investors become infuriated. The practice -- known as stock option repricing -- is widely denounced as a giveaway to managers …
Ireland’s fisheries industry is worth an estimated €800m annually, so it’s high time officials started to accurately count salmon, trout and grilse. A new fish counter facility opened today (29 May) in Co Donegal, with several key species …
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All eyes are on Greece's crisis right now but one feel-good story is Ireland's stock market. It's up almost 20% this year. The euro's fall in value against the dollar has made it easier for Irish companies (and others in Europe) to be more …
Dublin, Ireland — Having enjoyed the celebrations of St. Patrick's Day, many Irish people at home and abroad are now staring with disbelief at the state of their nation. "I can't think of anything that makes me sit up and pay attention," says …
The Intelligent Energy Europe EPISCOPE (2013-2016) project is seeking to develop mechanisms to track the rate of energy refurbishment of housing stocks against the background of energy saving and climate protection needs. In …
In Europe, the poltergeist that’s been scaring the living foo out of the rest of the world for more than a year now, stock markets are understandably an ocean of red. The Stoxx Europe 600 is at its lowest level since March and is down …
Cramer is a big fan of Walgreen, Rite Aid and CVS but says avoid the Bank of Ireland and Navios Maritime Partners. Wrapping up the week-long countdown of the top European stocks to own for 2015, TheStreet's Jack Mohr's number …
At the start of this year, Ireland's stock markets were worth about half of what they were at the end of 2006, according to Credit Suisse. In 2007, Ireland was the European Union's second wealthiest country in GDP per capita, and the fifth …