Members of the public beside a mural in Dublin’s Temple Bar area by street artist SUMS supporting a yes vote in the marriage equality  referendum. Niall Carson/PA Wire

One of the more unusual aspects of the marriage referendum was the decision of a number of US multinationals with significant operations here to enter(...)

Kingspan fell 5.7 per cent, despite announcing a new partnership with KoolDuct.

Turmoil returned to global financial markets yesterday as oil plunged past $27 a barrel, the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank as much as 565 points a(...)

Oil fell towards $37 a barrel on Monday, trading within sight of an 11-year low. Photo: Bloomberg

Oil fell towards $37 a barrel on Monday, trading within sight of an 11-year low, pressured by excess supply that has more than halved prices since the(...)

Ratings agency Moody’s said that it will only upgrade Ireland further if the public debt ratio were to be reduced further at a rapid pace. (Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg)

Ratings agency Moody’s said on Monday that it would downgrade Ireland again if the next government were to pursue “a materially different fiscal poli(...)

Chief executive Kevin Nowlan said the company was likely to use the money to buy further offices and sites in Dublin’s central business district.

Hibernia Real Estate Investment Trust is likely to use the €400 million it is borrowing from three banks to add to its stock of central Dublin offi(...)

One Dockland Central is currently being refurbished to Grade A standard and the works are expected to complete in early 2016.

Property investment company Hibernia Reit has pre-let 27,500 sq. ft. of office space in Commerzbank House in the IFSC to HubSpot Ireland Limited. The(...)

Ryanair rose by 3.2 per cent after a strong set of results in the six months to the end of September. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

The Iseq rose by 1.1 per cent as European shares had a positive start to the week after business surveys from around the euro zone beat expectations.(...)

Commerzbank will pay a dividend for the first time since 2007 as its recovery gains ground, it announced on Monday, the day after its chief executive,(...)

European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi arrives for a news conference after a meeting of the ECB Governing Council in St Julian’s, outside Valletta, Malta. Photograph: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters

The euro hovered just above two-month lows on Friday, still struggling after a series of signals on likely further action by the European Central Bank(...)

Emerging-market currencies extended their longest stretch of gains since April as doubts that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this week helped shore up demand for riskier assets.

Emerging-market currencies extended their longest stretch of gains since April as doubts that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this week(...)