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Growing concerns about the ability of markets to withstand the impact of coronavirus on real-world economies took its toll on Friday as markets eased (...)

Travel stocks continue to be hit hard, with Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group down 5.5 per cent to €3.40.

European stocks were hit by a sell-off in technology shares on Tuesday, as US peers slumped on fears of new coronavirus restrictions. A strong openin(...)

The United States says Huawei is an agent of the Chinese Communist State and cannot be trusted.

BT chief executive Philip Jansen urged the British government on Monday not to move too fast to ban China’s Huawei from the 5G network, cautioning tha(...)

Bank of Ireland was described by one trader as the “standout” performer, finishing the day up 6.6%

Global stock markets rallied and China’s yuan posted its biggest gain since December on Monday as investors bet the Chinese economy would boost global(...)

Liberty Global chief executive Mike Fries

Liberty Global chief executive Mike Fries is in line for as much as $123 million in compensation, filings ahead of its June 30th annual meeting show. (...)

Denis O’Brien baulked at the prospect of handing over more than 50% of his empire to stock market investors.

Denis O’Brien scrapped a $2 billion (€1.85 billion) initial public offering of his Digicel phone group 4½ years ago, baulking at the prospect of handi(...)

The BT boss said he decided to go public because he had attended an industry event earlier in the week.

The chief executive of BT Group has tested positive for Covid-19, becoming the first publicly confirmed case of a FTSE 100 chief executive who has cor(...)

Recent unrest in Haiti – one of the Digicel’s most important markets. Photograph:  Valerie Baeriswyl/AFP/via Getty Images

Nicole Laframboise, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) economist, didn’t mince her words on Monday when she wrapped up the fund’s latest review of t(...)

The European airline sector underperformed, with Ryanair closing 2%  lower at  €10.77

European shares slid on Thursday, with investors exiting positions in favour of safer assets as they waited to see if US-China talks will yield tangib(...)

Two French firms controlled by tycoon Xavier Niel bought 64.5 per cent of Eir. Photograph: Lionel Bonaventure/AFP/Getty Images)

Eir, which was forced to seek court protection from creditors in 2012 after years of being treated as a glorified ATM by a succession of owners, will (...)

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