Iseq heavyweight CRH had another good day. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) across equities, currencies and commodities this week. DUBLIN The Iseq ended the day down 0.3 per cent(...)

Extraordinary ups and downs: reporters on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange say they have experienced some of the strangest days they have seen in decades.  Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty

(...) obviously the falling demand from China for commodities such as iron and other minerals has hit the big(...)

(...) peacefully resolve conflict over limited, non-digitisable resources such as water, commodities and(...)

Navinder Sarao pictured leaving Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London earlier this month

(...) fraud, commodities fraud and market manipulation by the Justice Department. He was freed on bail on(...)

A Chinese day trader watches a stock ticker at a local brokerage house on Thursday in Beijing: a dramatic sell-off in Chinese stocks caused turmoil in markets around the world. Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images

(...) or the price of commodities such as gold have seen significant losses, which may or may not be(...)

Paddy Power rose by 19.5 per cent to €93 a share on foot of its announcement of a merger with UK betting exchange Betfair

(...) levels since the end of 2012, as fears about Chinese growth gnawed and a commodities sell-off rattled(...)

Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average closed  on August 25th at 17,806.70, down 733.98 points, while the US dollar traded in the upper 191 yen range. Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/EPA

(...) when commodities are excluded. “Its slowdown means commodity exporters will be hit hard, but that doesn(...)

As expectations of a September rate rise by the Federal Reserve receded, the dollar also dived against the yen - a favoured haven currency - by 3.8 per cent. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

(...) this year, as the equities rout and the commodities sell-off fuelled big swings between major currency(...)

 A Chinese investor monitors stock data on an electronic board at a securities brokerage house in Beijing, China.

(...), notably for the currencies of emerging markets and commodities. But lying behind this is one simple thing(...)

 China’s central bankcut its benchmark interest rates and the amount of cash banks must keep on hand, the latest stimulus aimed at boosting the world’s second-largest economy as it battles a collapse in share prices.  Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images

(...) emerging market currencies and commodities among the worst hit. China stock futures rallied after the(...)