# Exchange

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PSG sign €15 million goalkeeper from Real Madrid in swap deal
Keylor Navas has joined the French champions, with Alphonse Areola moving the other way on loan.
Leo Varadkar likens Micheál Martin to 'a priest engaging in sin behind the altar'
Martin has said that the comment “reflects more on the Taoiseach than anyone else”.
Man United and Arsenal agree Sanchez-Mkhitaryan swap deal - reports
Both players were left out of their respective clubs’ squads this weekend.
Bitcoin plunges as $65m of the currency disappears in a major hack
The volatile cryptocurrency lost more than 20% of its value after the breach.
Chinese super club is apparently almost as valuable as Man United
Before the fundraising, it was 60 percent owned by property developer Evergrande.
Can you save money by doing the Christmas food shop in the North?
The euro is down against the pound, but there are still other factors to consider.
Phil Jones has hit back after Paul Scholes said the defender 'isn't quite clever enough'
The former team-mates are trading blows.
Anyone care to guess what Michael D Higgins said to Raheem Sterling today?
In truth, this moment was probably more intriguing than any of the action that followed.
Clinton book made false claims about speeches in Ireland
‘Clinton Cash’, a book by conservative Peter Schweizer, claimed that Bill Clinton had been paid for speeches in Ireland.
I've been given a horrendous gift? Can I return it? Here are your consumer rights...
Changed your mind? Got a horrible jumper? Or is something simply broken?
Poll: Is it ever okay to return or exchange a Christmas gift?
‘Do you happen to have the receipt?’
Moving to Ontario? You'll be able to swap your Irish driver's licence for a local one
New mutual exchange agreement reached for Irish people living and working in Ontario, and Ontarians living and working in Ireland.
MtGox abandons its plans to rebuild and files for liquidation
If the Tokyo court approves of MtGox’s request, a trustee will be appointed, who will take over management of the company’s assets from its CEO, Mark Karpelés.
Eircom considering third stock market listing in space of 15 years
The formerly State-owned telecoms company was initially floated in Dublin, London and New York in 1999.
US and Japan investigating bitcoin exchange after reported theft
MtGox, one of the largest bitcoin exchanges in the world, went dark amid claims it lost $400 million in a theft that went unnoticed for years.
Column: Why Exchange Dublin desperately needs your support
The eviction of Exchange is not just a problem for the people who participate in it, it is a problem for anyone who believes that the people who live in a city should have a say over how it is used, valued and managed, writes Patrick Bresnihan.
Hip-hop exchange teams up Irish and Dutch rappers
Almost twenty rappers, beatmakers, singers and producers travelled to the Netherlands earlier this year – and are playing in Dublin tonight.
US soldier to admit Afghan killings to escape death penalty
Robert Bales is accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers last year, and also faces six charges of attempted murder and seven of assault.
Trinity signs student exchange deal with China's no 1 university
The deal means that two full-time students from Trinity College Dublin will get to exchange with two Peking University students across a range of disciplines.
Mum wants to thank 'brave man' for intervening after son held at knifepoint
Niamh O’Carroll is appealing to the have-a-go hero who intervened after her 13-year-old son was held at knifepoint in broad daylight in Dublin yesterday.
Scary Graph of the Day: euro vs dollar
Warring Greek creditors and higher Spanish yields might both play a part in this large drop.
£283m of punts still in circulation
While £2m of punts were exchanged between mid-February and mid-March, over 7.5 per cent of all old Irish currency is still out there…
There's IR£285m in Irish punts still just lying around
The Central Bank says there are €362.5 million of Irish punts still to be exchanged – that’s £62.32 for everyone in Ireland.
Central Bank still exchanging €10k worth of punts every day
The Minister for Justice has said that there’s nothing suspicious about people exchanging their punts for euro more than ten years after the changeover.
4 men admit al-Qaida inspired plot to blow up London Stock Exchange
Prosecutors say the men had discussed a “Mumbai-style” atrocity and had planned to send mail bombs to various targets.
Betfair defends decision to void Leopardstown bets
The gambling giant has moved to repair its reputation after an “obvious technical fault” saw them void €25m of winning bets yesterday.