EON reported writedowns of €8.8 billion for 2015, triggered by declining energy prices. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Reuters

EON, Germany’s largest utility, reported its biggest annual loss after writing down the value of its coal and gas-fired power plants by billions of e(...)

The building materials giant CRH gained 3.1 per cent in Dublin to finish the day at €23.70

China’s latest move to boost its economy helped lift stocks on Wall Street and in Europe, and oil prices rallied after Saudi Arabia said it would wor(...)

North Sea drilling: Premier is seeking to acquire Eon’s interests in an  oil and gas basin that is one of the most expensive places to pump crude in the world. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Premier Oil is in talks to acquire the UK North Sea assets of German utility Eon. Eon, which operates the Huntington field, has production interests (...)

Building materials group CRH tracked industry rivals to close 1.3 per cent down at €23.09. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

European shares closed higher, as firmer utility stocks and gains on the Lisbon bourse before weekend elections in Portugal propped up markets in spi(...)

Applegreen: service station group’s shares fall another 2 per cent to €4.70

European shares closed generally higher on Tuesday, helped by a positive start at Wall Street. However, shares at German energy firms RWE and E.ON d(...)

Underlying net income at German utility Eon decreased to €1.17 billion from €1.48 billion a year earlier, the Dusseldorf- based company said in a statement on Wednesday. Photograph: Reuters.

Eon, Germany’s largest utility, said first-half profit fell 21 per cent on lower wholesale power prices. Underlying net income decreased to €1.17 bil(...)

The new Aston Martin DB10: it’s the continuation of a 50-year association between Bond and Aston on screen

Aston Martin has taken the covers off of its new model, called the DB10. Those assuming that, as one number follows another, this is the replacement f(...)

German energy giant Eon has denied that focusing on renewables and hiving off its traditional energy operations will lumber taxpayers with the bill fo(...)

Thomas Cook was the story of the day, slumping 17.7 per cent to 113.5 pence after chief executive Harriet Green, credited with reviving the business, was unexpectedly pushed out. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European equities closed unchanged at a two-month high after weaker travel and leisure stocks offset a rebound for mining companies. German sto(...)

Germany’s economics minister urges an end to the “phantom” of tax avoidance  Photograph: Reuters

German economics minister Sigmar Gabriel has warned that countries that permit large-scale corporate tax avoidance “take an axe to European solidarity(...)