Thursday, December 19, 2013
European stocks fell from a five-year high as the EU Commission cut its growth forecast for the euro area and a number of heavy hitters reported resul(...)
The Iseq rose by 1 per cent yesterday on heavy volumes as European stocks rose to their highest level in 3½ months.Investors were buoyed by better-t(...)
Key policies of Australia’s new conservative prime minister Tony Abbott, who has swept into office in national elections to end six years of centre-l(...)
The man who was pursued by a leopard and lived to tell the tale is once again at the centre of a City row, this time over pay and corporate governance(...)
Marc Rich, known as the father of modern oil trading and founder of the group that became Glencore Xstrata, has died at the age of 78, the head of his(...)
European shares finished firmer yesterday, supported by signs of merger and acquisition activity in the region and by weak US economic data backing th(...)
Papua New Guinea has reinstated the death penalty and repealed controversial sorcery laws after a string of gruesome “witch” killings and gang-rapes, (...)
The Iseq index was virtually unchanged from the previous day’s trading.
Bank of Ireland jumped 5.4 per cent to €0.19 cent.
China's antitrust authorities removed the last obstacle to Glencore's $30 billion takeover of miner Xstrata after the commodities trader agreed(...)
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