PwC HQ at One Spencer Dock, D1: nine-storey over basement  complex is the most spacious in the city with  21,054sq m (226,624sq ft). photograph: nick bradshaw

The much delayed sale of the PricewaterhouseCoopers headquarters at One Spencer Dock on Dublin’s North Wall Quay has had yet another major setback wit(...)

Year-on-year, the euro zone economy expanded 1.5 per cent, also as forecast by economists

The euro zone economy grew at the same pace in the last quarter of 2015 as in the third because industrial output fell in December, data showed, marki(...)

ABN Amro at €3.337 billion was the second biggest European IPO.

European companies raised €57.4 billion in 2015 from initial public offerings (IPOs), up 16 per cent on €49.6 billion raised a year earlier. The late(...)

US investment bank Goldman Sachs said it expected production to decline by 95,000 barrels per day in 2016

Oil prices fell 3 per cent on Monday as Iraq announced record-high oil production feeding into a heavily oversupplied market, wiping out much of the (...)

Oil continued to fall, dipping towards 12-year lows, as concerns persisted over excess supply and slowing demand. Oil futures dropped to their lowes(...)

Pedestrians pass an ABN Amro branch as the second-largest bank in the Netherlands made its initial public offering in Amsterdam on Friday. ABN Amro raised €3.3 billion in an initial public offering. Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

ABN Amro, the lender bailed out by the Dutch government during the financial crisis, rose as much as 3.4 per cent on its return to the market after ra(...)

 Paris after the attacks. Unlike January’s Charlie Hebdo attacks, which mostly targeted the journalists at the satirical newspaper, Friday’s assaults felt entirely random, indiscriminately killing Parisians and visitors at cafes, restaurants and a concert hall. (Photograph: Adrien Morlent/AFP/Getty Images)

Corporate events planned for Paris are going dark as Europe’s worst terror attack in a decade spurs foreign companies to scrap visits because of conc(...)

Euro zone economic growth unexpectedly slowed in the third quarter, underscoring the vulnerability of the region’s recovery as the European Central Bank examines the need for fresh stimulus.

Euro zone economic growth unexpectedly slowed in the third quarter, underscoring the vulnerability of the region’s recovery as the European Central B(...)

At RBS, third-quarter pretax profit before one-time items and restructuring costs fell to £842 million in that period from £2.05 billion a year earlier.

The British government will probably wait to sell more Royal Bank of Scotland shares until next year after the country’s banks reported weaker third-q(...)

Nationalised Dutch bank ABN Amro is seeking to lure private investors after posting its most profitable quarter since it was reinvented in 2010. (Photograph: Sean Garnsworthy/Getty Images)

ABN Amro, the nationalised Dutch lender, plans to sell shares in an initial public offering in Amsterdam as soon as the fourth quarter, seven years a(...)