Owen Killian, chief executive of Aryzta: the Swiss-Irish food group closed the day up 3.7 per cent to €44.89. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

European stocks rose yesterday as oil prices steadied, supporting energy shares, after first tumbling when Iran and six world powers reached an agre(...)

Aer Lingus: shares in the national airline closed up 2 per cent to €2.47 while Ryanair also ended the week up 2 per cent to €12.44

Global markets signalled growing faith in Greece’s ability to clinch a bailout as US and European stocks climbed and the euro jumped the most against(...)

Intel: results on Thursday
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TODAY Results: Alcoa. Indicators: Irish trade balance (Nov); US labour market conditions index (Dec). Other: Taylor Wimpey trading update. (...)

Want to know how someone goes from selling falafels at festivals to running their own rave-reviewed hipster eaterie? Then pop along to Trinity’s Scien(...)

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), pauses during a news conference to announce the bank’s interest rate decision in Frankfurt, Germany last month. Markets don’t expect Mr Draghi to decrease rates on Thursday. ( Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg)

The European Central Bank slashed its forecasts for growth and inflation over the next two years, saying the outlook had deteriorated since its last s(...)

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(...)

UK homebuilding expanded at the fastest pace in more than a decade in July. Photo: Bloomberg

UK homebuilding expanded at the fastest pace in more than a decade in July as record-low interest rates and government stimulus measures helped const(...)

The UK’s housing market recovery sped up last year after the government launched a scheme to help struggling house buyers to obtain mortgages, shoring up demand for the homes built by the likes of Taylor Wimpey. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

Taylor Wimpey said it would return £250 million (€304 million) to shareholders over the next two years after the UK’s recovering housing marke(...)

Out Thursday: figures for Irish goods exports and imports
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TODAYResults: American Airlines; Suedzucker.Indicators: Ulster Bank construction PMI (Dec); Japanese bank lending (Dec).Other: US monthly budget state(...)

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TODAYResults: Flybe; Lonmin; Sotheby’s.Meeting: UNI Global Union Economics Forum (CWU Conference Centre, Dublin).Indicators: Irish Bord Gáis energy in(...)