European equities gave up early gains, with commodities stocks the hardest hit, as US crude fell more than $1 to $44.39 a barrel. Photo: Getty Images

(...) its fall. European equities gave up early gains, with commodities stocks the hardest hit, as US crude(...)

(...) now at the top end of the transfer market is players are being bought a little like equities, where(...)

European stocks fell on Tuesday, extending the losses of recent weeks after weak manufacturing data from China again raised concerns over the health of its economy. Photo: Reuters

US stocks joined a worldwide sell-off, after equities’ worst month in more than three years amid(...)

World stocks and commodity prices tumbled on Tuesday, as poor Chinese data saw fears about its economic health intensify. Photo: Reuters

World stocks and commodity prices tumbled on Tuesday, as poor Chinese data saw fears about its economic health intensify. After a relatively upbeat fe(...)

(...) good news: European equities are flashing a “full-house buy signal”, says Morgan Stanley, for only the(...)

Traders at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange on Monday.  Photograph: Reuters

(...) joined a renewed selloff in global equities while commodities tumbled and Treasuries rose on fresh(...)

Global financial markets looked set for another rough week on Monday, with stocks and commodities falling.

Global financial markets looked set for another rough week on Monday, with stocks and commodities falling ahead of data that could give clues on when (...)

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(...)

An elderly stock investor gestures in front of an electronic screen showing the stock composite index at a brokerage house in Beijing, China. Photo: EPA

China stocks jumped more than 4 per cent for a second straight day on Friday as signs of fresh support from Beijing prompted more bargain hunting foll(...)

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

(...) recouped in the months ahead. For equities, it underlines the old adage about shares being a longer(...)