Bank of Ireland climbed 2.21 per cent to 32.4 cents. Volumes were decent, with 292 million shares changing hands

Markets bounced back from an earlier slide as hydrocarbon and mining stocks regained some momentum following increases in oil and metals prices.Hopes(...)

Traders said CRH was the most heavily traded stock on the Iseq

The Iseq nudged up by close to 1 per cent as, despite worries over Russia’s economy, a rally in energy shares sent US and European equities higher af(...)

Aer Lingus: the national airline closed up 1.6 per cent at €1.85 while rival Ryanair continued its strong recent run, closing up 0.5 per cent at €9.457

A drop in the value of oil and gas companies sent European stocks down for a third day after OPEC said it sees demand for crude in 2015 at the weakes(...)

Irish-Swiss food group Aryzta was the star performer, rising €2.11 or 3.3 per cent to €65.36, following positive first-quarter results earlier in the week. Photograph:Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

European shares rose again despite surveys that showed the euro zone economy may face another contraction. Investors looked to a European Centr(...)

Data showing US economic strength boosted the S&P 500 Photograph: Reuters

European markets declined today as miners fell after manufacturing data missed economists’ estimates for the region and for China.The Iseq index bucke(...)

Following on from Sunday’s stress test results, AIB was down by 5 per cent to 10 cents. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

European shares rose yesterday, reversing the previous session’s dip as better-than-expected results from a number of blue-chips including pharma gro(...)

Dredge mining at Kenmare Resources’ Moma mine in the northern Mozambican province of Nampula. Photograph: Kenmare Resources

It has been a challenging few years for Kenmare with a major decline in mineral prices and production issues weighing on the company’s fortunes.Howeve(...)

 Candidate of the Partido de la Social Democracia Brasilena (PSDB) Aecio Neves during an election campaign rally in Rio de Janeiro. Photograph: EPA/Antonio Lacerda

The increasing prospect of regime change in Brazil is making Petroleo Brasileiro the world’s best major oil stock. It’s also opening the door for fore(...)

Glencore’s Hong Kong listed shares rose 3.9 per cent  after Rio Tinto said it had rejected a merger approach from the commodities trader to create a $160 billion giant. Photograph: Michael Buholzer/Reuters

Rio Tinto rejected a merger approach from smaller rival Glencore to create a $160 billion mining and trading giant in August just as the price of its (...)

Ryanair held its annual shareholders meeting in Dublin yesterday, September 25th, and told investors it expected to reach the upper end of its earnings projections for the fiscal year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

European shares slipped to a one-month low in late trading yesterday, tracking a sell-off in US stocks, as a stronger dollar undercut prices for indus(...)