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Trump, tariffs and trade wars: the geopolitical three Ts currently dominating news cycles worldwide are yet to have an impact on M&A activity here.

Trump, tariffs and trade wars: the geopolitical three Ts currently dominating news cycles worldwide are yet to have an impact on M&A activity here(...)

Penneys owner Associated British Foods slid 3 per cent to 2,286p sterling after fire engulfed its Belfast store. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

European shares surged to a two-week high on the back of news of a US-Mexico trade deal on Tuesday. DUBLIN Index heavyweight, CRH, a cement and buil(...)

Thursday was on track to mark the longest bull market rally in US history, stretching back to March 2009.  Photograph: Getty

Irish shares and the broader European market struggled on Wednesday even as investors on Wall Street were preoccupied with the key S&P 500 index (...)

The Autostrade per l’Italia headquarters, in Rome. Photograph: Andrew Medichini/AP Photo

Italy’s sovereign debt may swell by as much as €9.4 billion if the government goes ahead with plans to nationalise the toll roads run by Atlantia’s un(...)

British contractor G4S fell more than 1 per cent after the British government took over the running of a prison after an inspection found it had fallen into a “state of crisis”.

Hopes that the US and China might find a compromise to resolve their trade dispute lifted European shares on Monday, while Turkey’s currency crisis sh(...)

A stretch of the Morandi Bridge is seen days after a section of it collapsed on August 19th, 2018 in Genoa, Italy. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images.

The search operation for those missing after a motorway bridge collapsed in the Italian port city of Genoa ended overnight after the last three bodies(...)

Mourners gather at the  funeral Mass for victims of the Genoa bridge disaster in the  Fiera di Genova exhibition centre. Photograph: AP

Italian toll-road operator Autostrade per l’Italia on Saturday stopped short of apologising for the bridge disaster in Genoa as it pledged to rebuild (...)

Smoking gun: The Turkish economic crisis has acted as a negative backdrop to global markets all week. Photograph: The New York Times

There was a lacklustre finish to a turbulent week for European stock markets, during which an economic crisis in Turkey fostered anxiety across global(...)

Rescuers work among the rubble and wreckage of the Morandi motorway bridge in Genoa on Friday,  three days after a section collapsed. Photograph: Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images

Italy’s government on Friday formally launched the procedure to revoke concessions held by Autostrade per l’Italia to operate toll highways after the (...)

Average rents in Dublin are now above €1,900 a month,  13.4 per cent or €229 a month higher than they were just a year ago, according to a new report

A new report has highlighted the chronic shortage of student housing in Dublin and other cities, while accusing the Government of “negligent inaction”(...)

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