Saturday January 25, 2020

News roundup: Top stories on Tuesday

The top Irish and international business stories today including Etihad's Aer Lingus stake purchase; Permanent TSB rate cut; a little piece of China in the Midland's and the EU referendum.

1st May, 2012
Etihad has bought 2.99 per cent of Aer Lingus.

The top Irish and international business stories today:

**Aer Lingus** confirms that it's in talks on a possible code sharing agreement with Etihad, which has built up(http://www.businesspost.ie/#!story/Home/News/Etihad+confirms+stake+in+Aer+Lingus/id/19410615-5218-4f9f-9487-0467b9837176) a stake of nearly three per cent in the Irish airline.

This sparks talk that the government might sell its Aer Lingus shares to Etihad.

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