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Aegon also reveals in its latest financial report that it has disposed of its business in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Aegon, the Dutch life insurance and pensions giant, booked a €93 million loss on the sale of its Aegon Ireland unit earlier this year, according to th(...)

Boxes of Nespresso coffee are pictured in a shop at Nestlé headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland,on Thursday. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters

European shares gained further ground after the carnage of last week, with the pan-European Stoxx 600 ending up 0.5 per cent at its highest level in a(...)

Aegon’s headquarters. The Irish unit employs over 200 people in Dublin

Dutch insurer Aegon has sold its Irish unit to US retirement services firm Athene for about €180 million. Aegon Ireland, which opened an office in Du(...)

Australia’s Nick Kyrgios suffered a hip injury after a fall on court during his first round match against  Donald Young at the ATP Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club in  London.  Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

Nick Kyrgios was forced to retire injured from the Aegon Championships at Queen’s – less than two weeks before the start of Wimbledon. Kyrgios took (...)

Citi’s Dublin offices. The bank has joined JPMorgan at the top of global regulators’ list of systemically important banks.

Citi has joined JPMorgan at the top of global regulators’ list of systemically important banks, replacing HSBC and meaning the US bank will have to ho(...)

The New York Stock Exchange. A rally in major world stock markets stalled on Thursday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

A rally in major world stock markets stalled on Thursday as investors reassessed positions after the US presidential election, while US bond yields co(...)

 New York Stock Exchange: power companies  the only group to advance. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares fell on Thursday as underwhelming Chinese trade data knocked down mining stocks. US stocks also fell to three-month lows as the disap(...)

Apple crumble: company  shares fell 2.4 per cent to a two-year low on concerns about iPhone demand. Photograph:  Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Apple lost its status as the world’s most valuable public company to Google’s parent, Alphabet, in US trading as markets closer to home, in Europe, f(...)

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(...)

Lloyds, which also owns Bank of Scotland, could set out its HQ plans in a strategic review due to be announced late next month or early November

Scotland-based Lloyds Banking Group left the door open for a move to London amid uncertainty over the future shape of the United Kingdom despite Scott(...)

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