Saturday, December 21, 2013
Stocks were down fractionally across Europe, extending a pattern of modest decline. The FTSE 100 recorded its sixth weekly loss, which is its worst lo(...)
Crisis? What crisis? Over a posh lunch on Tuesday, Tony Garry hosted Davy stockbrokers’ annual Mystic Meg session laying out its predictions for the y(...)
There was a step back from the record levels seen in Wall Street yesterday that set a downbeat tone for markets. Traders in Dublin said the recent pas(...)
TODAYMeetings: Origin Enterprises AGM and EGM (The Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2); EMC Forum (Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin 4).Indicators: Euro zone trade bal(...)
A possible ending to the deadlock in Washington lifted shares in both Europe and the US tonight. The Iseq closed the day up 1.6 per cent on the preced(...)
Insurance group FBD reported a decline in operating profits this morning, from €28.1 million in the first half of 2012 to €24.1 million in the first s(...)
Soothing words from central bankers in China and the US calmed investors yesterday and contributed to European shares bouncing off six-month lows, wit(...)
DAYResults:Lonmin; Smart Technologies.
Car firms have overtaken food and technology firms as the most trusted and reputable organisations in Ireland, a new survey has shown.
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