ThyssenKrupp reported third-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates after Germany’s largest steelmaker cut costs. Its shares rose the most in th(...)

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Apple chief Tim Cook: the company’s 0.9 per cent drop yesterday weighed heavily on the S&P. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

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ThyssenKrupp’s first-quarter adjusted earnings before interest and tax rose 29 per cent to €317 million. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

ThyssenKrupp reported a profit for the first quarter of its financial year and maintained its 2015 outlook as Germany’s largest steelmaker saw costs f(...)

ThyssenKrupp is to pay a divident of  11 cent a share a year after the company was pushed into a distressed asset sale and a capital increase. Photograph: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

Germany’s biggest steelmaker ThyssenKrupp is resuming dividend payments a year earlier than expected, signalling confidence in a turnaround with the p(...)

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CRH chief executive Albert Manifold. The building materials company’s shares finished down 1.8 per cent at the close yesterday, following the release of the company’s half-yearly figures. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Both European and US stocks made gains yesterday, with Ireland and Iceland the only western countries not to record a positive day’s trading while (...)

European stocks rose, extending a six-year high, amid better-than-forecast earnings from ThyssenKrupp to Airbus Group. ThyssenKrupp climbed 5.5(...)