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The banking sector was out of favour with investors on Wednesday with Bank of Ireland and AIB both affected. Shares fell 3.1 per cent and 4.4 per cent respectively.

European shares closed higher on Wednesday as signs of a recovery in global manufacturing activity helped chemical and industrial stocks, while the te(...)

Irish banks got another kicking on the day as investors await earnings reports from US heavyweights this week. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares rose on Monday, although the Iseq underperformed, as progress on a possible Covid-19 vaccine, some upbeat earnings reports and stimulu(...)

Italian flags are placed on the central span  of Genoa’s new highway bridge after it was hoisted into position. Photograph: Fabio Ferrari/LaPresse/AP

On the 14th day of each month, the relatives of some of those who died in the collapse of Genoa’s Morandi bridge tie flowers to railings close to the (...)

Ryanair rose 4 per cent to close at €11.57 as analysts concluded it was better placed to weather a shake-out than its rivals.

An early recovery proved short-lived for European shares on Tuesday with no end in sight to the coronavirus outbreak, as a jump in infections across t(...)

Ryanair moved 1 per cent lower to €14.45, as investors digested news that the High Court in Dublin had rejected the carrier’s attempt to prevent operations chief Peter Bellew from joining rival EasyJet in January.

European shares dipped slightly on Monday amid thin volumes as traders adopted more cautious positions in the run-up to the Christmas break following (...)

The S&P 500 reached a record high on Monday. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Global stock markets were buoyed on Monday as a thaw in the US-China trade dispute lifted market sentiment and spurred a rally in equities. European (...)

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(...)

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