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Bank of Ireland was 2.2 per cent lower, while AIB lost 1.4 per cent. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

A jump in oil and tobacco shares helped European stocks close higher on Tuesday, with the main indexes partially recovering from a sell-off triggered (...)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all rose in the first hours of trading in New York. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European shares rose on Wednesday, as investors shrugged off the previous day’s heavy losses for US technology stocks as well as rising fears that the(...)

The Iseq All-Share index closed marginally lower on Friday as stocks most exposed to the outcome of government formation dragged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European stocks closed lower on Friday as losses on Wall Street following a surge in US coronavirus cases added to worries over the pace of the global(...)

Banks were among the biggest losers, with AIB tumbling 8.94 per cent to €1.14 while Bank of Ireland declined 7.81 per cent to €1.86. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP

Banks and oil companies led European stocks lower on Tuesday as investors turned wary ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. DUBLIN The I(...)

The Health Service Executive is investigating if some tobacco companies are breaching a recent ban on menthol cigarettes. Photograph: iStock

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is investigating if some tobacco companies are breaching a recent ban on menthol cigarettes to hold on to a slice o(...)

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Dublin’s Iseq stock market index dipped in early trading on Thursday, with the wider European markets returning into all-too-familiar negative territo(...)

Traders work during the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)  . Photograph: Johannes Eisele / AFP)

European shares reversed course and edged lower on Wednesday as US president Donald Trump threatened to impose high tariffs on imports of cars from th(...)

Stocks rallied on Wednesday as investors remained optimistic about a resolution to the prolonged US-China trade war. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty

Global shares were boosted on Wednesday after US president Donald Trump said Washington and Beijing were close to a “phase one” trade deal. Dublin I(...)

Financial regulators in countries like Germany, Italy and the Netherlands may move to temporarily ban a practice where investors can bet on shares falling in value – known as short selling – in the event of any market panic about a disorderly Brexit.

As UK members of parliament gather at Westminster this weekend for the first Saturday sitting of the House of Commons since Argentina invaded the Falk(...)

Ryanair was one of the few to stay in positive territory, closing up 1.5 per cent as it and other low-fare airlines continued to benefit from the the fallout from Thomas Cook

European shares closed at a two-week low on Wednesday on investor fears about an impeachment inquiry into US president Donald Trump and worsening rhet(...)

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