The Clayton Hotel Burlington, in Dublin, which is owned by Dalata. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dalata, the largest hotel group in the State, has agreed a deal to raise up to €700 million in debt funding from an consortium of six banks. The deal(...)

TSB bosses are set to face tough questions from an influential parliamentary committee in the UK this week as the lender’s internet banking meltdown e(...)

Protesters wave Spanish and Catalan Senyera flag while holding a sign reading “38 percent is not Catalonia”.

Spanish equities rebounded on Monday, reassured by weekend demonstrations for a unified Spain and a poll lead for parties opposed to Catalan independe(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange   in New York . Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

World stock markets climbed on Monday, lifted by optimism over the outlook for corporate earnings and US president Donald Trump’s tax reform plan, wh(...)

The Iseq in Dublin rose  1.6%  on modest trading volumes as steady performances from the index’s biggest shares kept it firmly in the black

European shares rose on Monday after geopolitical tension had sent them to their worst weekly losses of the year, with a softening currency buoying eu(...)

Kingspan is one of the Irish companies that would be expected to benefit from a stimulus programme in the US

Wall Street’s three main stock indices hit record highs for a second straight day on Tuesday before trimming gains, while European shares also rose on(...)

Nestlé’s new  Honeycomb Crunch: Nestlé fell 1.7 per cent as analysts said a company presentation  suggested organic sales growth may be lower than expected.  Photograph: Nestle/PA Wire

A rally in European shares stalled on Friday as investors sold large tranches of stock in a number of companies and there were indications that the co(...)

In Dublin, Ryanair closed up 2.3 per cent, while while Paddy Power, which is preparing a merger with Betfair, was up 1.3 per cent after €240 million worth of its shares changed hands. Photograph:  Nick Ansell/PA Wire

European stokcks rallied on Friday, trimming their worst January drop since 2008. The Iseq rose more than 2 per cent while the FTSE climbed 2.4 per c(...)

Lloyds Banking , Britain’s biggest mortgage lender, said it will exceed its lending profitability target after first-quarter earnings beat analyst est(...)

Spain’s largest telephone company Telefonica plans to sell shares of its Colombian division as early as this year after halting an initial publ(...)