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  • Bloomberg7 months ago

    Irish Banks Face Consumers Who Don’t Want Their Biggest Product

    Ireland’s banks are facing an unusual problem: hardly anyone seems to want a mortgage from them.

  • Iren SpA :IRE-IT: Earnings Analysis: Q1, 2016 By the Numbers : August 10, 2016
    Capital Cube8 months ago

    Iren SpA :IRE-IT: Earnings Analysis: Q1, 2016 By the Numbers : August 10, 2016

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Click here to see latest analysis Iren SpA reports financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2016. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Iren SpA – Hera S.p.A., A2A S.p.A. and Acea S.p.A. (HER-IT, A2A-IT and ACE-IT) that have also reported for this period. Highlights Summary numbers: Revenues of EUR ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Stress tests a reminder Irish bank recovery a work in progress

    Surprisingly poor EU stress test results have been a reminder that Irish banks need a few more years of strong economic growth to complete their post-crisis rehabilitation, a prospect Brexit may complicate. The country's two main lenders, Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland, fared second and fourth worst respectively among 51 banks scrutinised over their ability to withstand a three-year theoretical economic shock.