A man passes a board showing the decline of Straits Times Index (STI), Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and the Standard and Poor’s (S&P) index at the central business district in Singapore

European equities steadied on Thursday after slumping in the previous session following a rout in commodities prices, with a strong rally in shares of(...)

Oil has slumped from above $115 in June 2014 as shale oil from the United States has flooded the market

Oil prices hit their lowest in over 11 years on Wednesday, as the row between Saudi Arabia and Iran was seen to be making any cooperation between majo(...)

 Brent crude oil futures added 0.7 per cent to $36.62 after skidding to $36.04 on Monday, their lowest since July 2004, as demand for heating oil slipped on warmer-than-normal temperatures.(Photograph: Atef Hassan/Reuters)

Asian shares edged higher on Tuesday, taking solace from Wall Street gains and some stability in recently weak crude oil prices, though gains were ca(...)

City Football Group chairman  Khaldoon al-Mubarak: “We now have an unrivalled platform to grow CFG.” Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

City Football Group (CFG), which owns Manchester City, have announced a £265 million (€376 million) investment from a Chinese consortium that buys it(...)

Permanent TSB rose 4.94 per cent to €4.25 on the back of an interim management statement in which it said financial performance improved in the third quarter

European shares rose yesterday, supported by a weak euro but against the background of concerns for political stability in Portugal. DUBLIN Perman(...)

London’s Canary Wharf. “There is a need within the industry for serious traders to be rewarded for their trading.” Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

A group of London-based Irish traders have set up what they describe as a “virtual hedge fund” to allow investors to track the best-performing traders(...)

A young man skates at the entrance of the Bank of Greece headquarters in Athens. European Union officials have blamed the collapse of Greece’s latest debt talks squarely on Athens

Asian shares extended losses and the euro skidded in Asian trade on Monday, after Greece’s talks with lenders to avert a default ended with no agreeme(...)

Fumbally Square: 2,517sq m (27,093sq ft) of office space to let

CBRE is quoting rents of €430.56 per sq m (€40 per sq ft) for 3,716sq m (40,000sq ft) of space at a new office development in Dublin 8.Fumbally Square(...)

Some investors are betting a floor has formed under the market’s seven-month-long rout

Oil giant BP has said it is to cut capital expenditure by 13 per cent to $20 billion in 2015. Last week, Chevron announced a 13 per cent cut in capita(...)

Joe Kaeser, chief executive of German industrial group Siemens, addresses a news conference ahead of the annual shareholder meeting in Munich on Tuesday. Siemens missed first-quarter profit forecasts and announced management overhauls at its power and gas and healthcare divisions. (Photograph: Michael Dalder/Reuters)

US equity-index futures fell with European stocks as results by companies from Caterpillar to Microsoft and Siemens disappointed investors. Greek bon(...)