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(...)

Traders work at their desks at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany. REUTERS/Staff/remote

A rally among mining stocks and better-than-estimated corporate earnings sent European equities to a two-week high on Wednesday. Commodity producers (...)

Garzweiler opencast lignite – or brown coal – mine, operated by RWE, in Garzweiler, Germany.  Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg
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Image of the week: Excavation at dusk Lights illuminate giant excavators as they operate at dusk at the Garzweiler opencast lignite – or brown coal(...)

CRH gained 1.07%  to close at €27.39 after more than 880,000 of its shares changed hands in Dublin

European stocks declined as commodity producers slid on a stronger dollar, with healthcare and leisure-related shares also falling. DUBLIN Index hea(...)

Engine trouble: Weaker than expected earnings reports in Europe included another profit warning from Rolls-Royce, which sent its shares skidding. Photograph: Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty

MARK PAUL The Iseq beat its peers on yesterday with a marginal gain, as the top European stock index posted its biggest fall in six weeks due to wea(...)

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(...)

FBD closed 7.6 per cent up at €6.90 after falling by a similar margin in the previous session

European stocks slipped yesterday to record their worst week in more than a month, in the wake of China’s currency devaluation. The euro zone’s blue-c(...)

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 airport, originally planned to open in 2012, has been under construction since 2006 and is jointly owned by the city of Berlin, the state of Brandenburg and Germany’s federal government

Berlin’s new international airport could face further delays following the insolvency of Dutch engineering group Royal Imtech’s German division which(...)