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Farming Life
Great turnout for another spectacular Garvagh ShowCUP, Robin Kerr, Downhill Lady Lucinda Class 8 1Y/O Colt – T HOGG CUP, Victor
Great turnout for another spectacular Garvagh Show
Farming Life / Posted 3 days ago
CUP, Robin Kerr, Downhill Lady Lucinda Class 8 1Y/O Colt – T HOGG CUP, Victor Scott, Glebeview Harry Class 9 1Y/O Filly-ULSTER BANK CUP, Jenny Reid, Bencannon Charlotte, Pat O’Boyle, Rosegift Sally Young Handlers – ROBERT SCOTT CUP, Donna... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Global business people flock home in bid to boost Belfast's developmentlegal and tech industries will be taking part in the third annual Belfast Inter
Global business people flock home in bid to boost Belfast's development
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
legal and tech industries will be taking part in the third annual Belfast International Homecoming, in association with Ulster Bank, between October 12 and 14. The conference at Titanic Belfast will also draw city mayors, entrepreneurs and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Manufacturers urge government to hold nerve on single market accessManagers' Index (PMI) for August jumped to a 10-month high of 53.3, after hitti
Manufacturers urge government to hold nerve on single market access
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Managers' Index (PMI) for August jumped to a 10-month high of 53.3, after hitting a three-year low in July. And in the Ulster Bank PMI for August, manufacturing recorded the fastest rate of growth in output and new orders. But its chief... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Danske Bank to rent out two floors of its offices in Belfast city centrethat the location, combined with the quality of the building, will prove attrac
Danske Bank to rent out two floors of its offices in Belfast city centre
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
that the location, combined with the quality of the building, will prove attractive to the market." Three years ago, Ulster Bank said it would be putting its landmark headquarters - which face Danske Bank on the other side of Donegall Square... Read more
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The Irish Times
Moody’s upgrades deposit ratings of AIB, BoI and PTSBof the rating reviews, Moody’s upgraded its baseline credit assessment of AIB,
Moody’s upgrades deposit ratings of AIB, BoI and PTSB
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
of the rating reviews, Moody’s upgraded its baseline credit assessment of AIB, Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB (PTSB) and Ulster Bank and affirmed its assessment of KBC. The rating agency upgraded the senior unsecured debt ratings of AIB and PTSB... Read more
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Farming Life
Guest speakers lined-up for joint meetingat Moy Park; Nick Whelan, Group Chief Executive at United Dairy Farmers; and Co
Guest speakers lined-up for joint meeting
Farming Life / Posted 7 days ago
at Moy Park; Nick Whelan, Group Chief Executive at United Dairy Farmers; and Cormac McKervey, Head of agriculture NI, Ulster Bank Please note the location of this meeting will be the Newtownstewart 2000 centre at 8pm and supper will be... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Darren has a lot on his mind with the Ryder Cup coming up, but he knows I'll be there for him... as his wife and best friendhave compared a daughter to me and she may have had a lot to live up to." A yo
Darren has a lot on his mind with the Ryder Cup coming up, but he knows I'll be there for him... as his wife and best friend
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
have compared a daughter to me and she may have had a lot to live up to." A youthful Alison was working in a branch of Ulster Bank when she was crowned Miss Northern Ireland. "After I won the competition they moved me into the public relations... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival launch 2016 [Photos]This year’s Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival will kick off on Oc
Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival launch 2016 [Photos]
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
This year’s Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival will kick off on October11. Built around three central festival themes of Bending the Bard (Shakespeare 400 years on), World in Motion (migration and refuge) and Nineteen Sixteen (legacy of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Inflation stays at all-time low of 0.6% but experts say rise in rate is in the pipelineas rising food and transport prices were offset by a slip in the cost of clothi
Inflation stays at all-time low of 0.6% but experts say rise in rate is in the pipeline
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
as rising food and transport prices were offset by a slip in the cost of clothing, wine and hotel stays. But according to Ulster Bank chief economist Richard Ramsey, the low levels are not expected to last. "Consumer price inflation remains at... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Santander, NatWest and RBS become latest to check out Android Payits rapid adoption after coming from behind. From Tuesday, customers of Santan
Santander, NatWest and RBS become latest to check out Android Pay
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 12 days ago
its rapid adoption after coming from behind. From Tuesday, customers of Santander, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank join the tap-to-pay party, while TSB will be added "very soon" at some point this month. This leaves Barclays as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ballymena 'buzz' after Tower Centre shopping mall is boughtretail assets belonging to Sam Morrison's company Corbo - Altnagelvin Retail Pa
Ballymena 'buzz' after Tower Centre shopping mall is bought
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
retail assets belonging to Sam Morrison's company Corbo - Altnagelvin Retail Park in Strabane and the Showgrounds in Omagh. Ulster Bank sold around £50m in loans relating to Corbo last year to a consortium made up of Deutsche Bank, Burlington Loan... Read more
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The Irish Times
More than €50bn in non-performing loans on Irish banks’ booksloans. The ECB noted that Ireland’s banking sector is dominated by five instit
More than €50bn in non-performing loans on Irish banks’ books
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
loans. The ECB noted that Ireland’s banking sector is dominated by five institutions: AIB, Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB, Ulster Bank and KBC Bank Ireland. Its stocktake of the Irish market found an NPL ratio of 18 per cent for households, 26 per... Read more
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RTE News
Nearly 20% of bank loans are non-performing - ECBtheir ability to repossess." The ECB says the domestic banking system is domin
Nearly 20% of bank loans are non-performing - ECB
RTE News / Posted 13 days ago
their ability to repossess." The ECB says the domestic banking system is dominated by AIB, Bank of Ireland, Permanent TSB, Ulster Bank and KBC. It says that since 2011 there have been intensive on-site inspections of banks to examine management of... Read more
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RTE News
Construction industry continues to show growthThe Irish construction sector marked three years of expansion in a row in Augus
Construction industry continues to show growth
RTE News / Posted 13 days ago
The Irish construction sector marked three years of expansion in a row in August, according to the latest Ulster Bank construction Purchasing Managers' Index. The monthly measure of activity and sentiment shows the pace of growth slowed slightly in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Northern Ireland order books shrink for second month in rowin a row during August despite a jump in export business due to sterling’s weak
Northern Ireland order books shrink for second month in row
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
in a row during August despite a jump in export business due to sterling’s weakness, according to new figures. The latest Ulster Bank Northern Ireland purchasing managers’ index shows the North’s private sector enjoyed a return to growth last... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Buyers snap up Millmount Village homes as housebuilding market heats up in Northern Irelandnot yet reflected in the official house sales data. According to the latest Ro
Buyers snap up Millmount Village homes as housebuilding market heats up in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
not yet reflected in the official house sales data. According to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Ulster Bank Residential Market Survey, the number of new sales instructions - new houses coming to the market - remained flat... Read more
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The Irish Times
Applications to stop sale of Jim Reynolds’s houses struck outa claim that Mr Reynolds, now a retired businessman in his late 70s, entered in
Applications to stop sale of Jim Reynolds’s houses struck out
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
a claim that Mr Reynolds, now a retired businessman in his late 70s, entered into mortgage agreements in 2005 and 2009 with Ulster Bank in respect of the properties. Ulster Bank’s loans had been taken over by Promontoria.Judgments Mr McEntagart,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Applications to restrain houses owned by Jim Reynolds being sold are struck outthat Mr Reynolds, now a retired businessman in his late seventies, entered into
Applications to restrain houses owned by Jim Reynolds being sold are struck out
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
that Mr Reynolds, now a retired businessman in his late seventies, entered into mortgage agreements in 2005 and 2009 with Ulster Bank in respect of the properties. Ulster Bank’s loans had been taken over by Promontoria.Judgments Mr McEntagart,... Read more
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Limerick Post
Ulster Bank League new season is launchedTHE Ulster Bank Leagues kick-off next weekend, September 17, and following some
Ulster Bank League new season is launched
Limerick Post / Posted 18 days ago
THE Ulster Bank Leagues kick-off next weekend, September 17, and following some stand-out displays in last year’s league competitions several Club players have already featured for the provinces in the PRO12 this season. Clontarf’s Joey Carbery, man... Read more
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The Irish Times
New mortgage rules will come - but not anytime soon and they won’t be radicalalso wants the loan-to-income limit raised to 4.5 times from the current level,
New mortgage rules will come - but not anytime soon and they won’t be radical
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
also wants the loan-to-income limit raised to 4.5 times from the current level, again to help buyers in the Dublin area. Ulster Bank has called for the income limit to be replaced with an “affordability metric” that considers the term of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Opinions galore as Central Bank reviews mortgage lending4.5 times from the current level, again to help buyers in the Dublin area. In
Opinions galore as Central Bank reviews mortgage lending
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
4.5 times from the current level, again to help buyers in the Dublin area. In a letter to the Central Bank on Wednesday, Ulster Bank chief finance officer Paul Stanley called for the income limit to be replaced with an “affordability metric” that... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin Theatre Festival stages successful return to blackto maintain a clean sheet of accounts as well as run an ambitious festival, so
Dublin Theatre Festival stages successful return to black
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
to maintain a clean sheet of accounts as well as run an ambitious festival, so it’s a good-news story,” said Mr White. Ulster Bank became the title sponsor of the festival in 2007, initially as part of a three-year deal that was extended to... Read more
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The Irish Times
The play’s the thing: Dublin Theatre Festival stages successful returnto maintain a clean sheet of accounts as well as run an ambitious festival so i
The play’s the thing: Dublin Theatre Festival stages successful return
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
to maintain a clean sheet of accounts as well as run an ambitious festival so it’s a good new story,” said Mr White. Ulster Bank became the title sponsor of the festival in 2007, initially as part of a three-year deal that was extended to... Read more
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RTE News
Carbery new Leinster 10, Kane in as Ulster propat 10 for Leinster, Kane props for Ulster Updated / Sept. 1, 2016 12:46Joey Ca
Carbery new Leinster 10, Kane in as Ulster prop
RTE News / Posted 24 days ago
at 10 for Leinster, Kane props for Ulster Updated / Sept. 1, 2016 12:46Joey Carbery scores a try for Clontarf in the Ulster Bank League final against Cork Con last May Joey Carbery will make his first start at out half for Leinster tomorrow... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Bankrupt farmer’s accounts frozenbrought in to shoot them. Judge O’Connor granted Mr Lehane interim orders free
Bankrupt farmer’s accounts frozen
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
brought in to shoot them. Judge O’Connor granted Mr Lehane interim orders freezing funds held in accounts at branches of Ulster Bank and Bank of Ireland where a number of cheques had been lodged. Mr Neuman Shanahan said that following... Read more
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PGA European Tour
Challengers set to star at World Cuponce again shown his class on the Challenge Tour this season, winning the Tayto
Challengers set to star at World Cup
PGA European Tour / Posted 25 days ago
once again shown his class on the Challenge Tour this season, winning the Tayto Northern Ireland Open in partnership with Ulster Bank and collecting four further top ten finishes in just seven appearances. The World Cup will conclude an... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast International Arts festival pays tribute to the BardShakespeare will take centre stage at this year's Ulster Bank Belfast Internati
Belfast International Arts festival pays tribute to the Bard
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
Shakespeare will take centre stage at this year's Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival - but the performances of the Bard's work will be like no other. The 19-day event will kick-off on October 11 with theatre performances, water... Read more
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RTE News
BoI boosts cashback offer amid strong competitionare either first-time buyers, movers or switching mortgage providers up until t
BoI boosts cashback offer amid strong competition
RTE News / Posted 27 days ago
are either first-time buyers, movers or switching mortgage providers up until the end of March 2017. Earlier this month Ulster Bank reduced its three-year fixed interest rate on mortgages to 2.99% from 3.2% - meaning the lender has the lowest... Read more
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The Irish Times
Galway firm hired as contractor for Dublin 4 residential schemerestaurant. The site was originally acquired by Carlow developer Seán Dunne fo
Galway firm hired as contractor for Dublin 4 residential scheme
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
restaurant. The site was originally acquired by Carlow developer Seán Dunne for about €400 million at the height of the property boom. Chartered Land partnered with the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund to acquire the site from Ulster Bank last y... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Consumer confidence at three-year high as EU referendum fears recedethe EU emerge and the process of extracting ourselves from the EU becomes a rea
Consumer confidence at three-year high as EU referendum fears recede
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
the EU emerge and the process of extracting ourselves from the EU becomes a reality." The most recent Northern Ireland purchasing managers' index from Ulster Bank indicated a drop in business activity during July in the aftermath of the refere... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ulster Bank asks Central Bank if it can make payment to RBSThis would be the first repayment by Ulster Bank to RBS of the £15 billion bail
Ulster Bank asks Central Bank if it can make payment to RBS
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
This would be the first repayment by Ulster Bank to RBS of the £15 billion bailout that it got after the 2008 global financial crash. In an exclusive interview with Business This Week, Gerry Mallon, the new chief executive of Ulster Bank in the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Businessman Jim Reynolds seeks to stop sale of propertiesMcEntagart said the disputes arises out of a claim that Mr Reynolds entered int
Businessman Jim Reynolds seeks to stop sale of properties
The Irish Times / Posted a month ago
McEntagart said the disputes arises out of a claim that Mr Reynolds entered into mortgage agreements in 2005 and 2009 with Ulster Bank in respect of the properties. The bank after appointing receivers over the properties, issued a demand in 2013... Read more

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