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Ryanair increased 2.5% to €14.69 after it announced a major expansion into Israel

European stocks rallied on Wednesday as earnings reports from German engineering and technology group Siemens and Swedish carmaker Volvo boosted indu(...)

ECJ decision casts doubt on tax concessions offered to companies such as Santander.

The Government has dismissed suggestions that a ruling by Europe’s top court on tax concessions given to Spanish companies represents a setback for th(...)

SoftBank: agreed to buy ARM Holdings, causing European shares to surge. Photograph: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

News of a bid for British chipmaker ARM helped lift European shares as the deal had a knock-on effect on tech stocks across the continent. The move h(...)

The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Argentina. A market pariah since a 2001 default, Argentina was welcomed back to the club of borrowing nations on Tuesday with one of the largest order books ever seen for an emerging markets bond. (Photograph: Marcos Brindicci/Reuters)

Argentina made a triumphant return to the international bond markets on Tuesday, launching a bigger-than-expected $16.5 billion (€14.6 bn)offering tha(...)

Coillte owns the land on which the wind farm is being built, while SSE will construct and operate it

Airtricity owner SSE and State forestry company Coillte have raised €176 million from three banks to fund the second phase of what will be the State’s(...)

Gains at Airbus  and Renault  helped European stocks record their best month in more than six years yesterday.  Photographs: Pascal Rossignol.

European stocks recorded their best month in more than six years yesterday, buoyed by gains at carmaker Renault and aircraft maker Airbus while inves(...)

Perils of protest: Not only does Catalonia risk leaving the euro, it could could also see FC Barcelona barred from playing in the Spanish league. Photograph: Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images

Catalonia would be excluded from the European Union if it broke away from Spain, according to opponents of the region’s independence drive. They also (...)

Fredrik Voss, third from left, and the Nasdaq team developing software to allow the trading of stocks in private companies on a blockchain, the kind of public ledger used in the Bitcoin market, in New York. Financial firms are looking at the network and software that make it possible for Bitcoin to move around the world instantly and inexpensively. Photograph: Sasha Maslov/The New York Times

Most people still think of Bitcoin as the virtual currency used by drug dealers and shadowy hackers looking to evade the authorities. But the innovati(...)

Spain’s economy   minister Luis de Guindos says Spain’s economy  is in good shape. Photgraph: Andrea Comas/Reuters

Spain is one of the countries where the Greek crisis is being most keenly followed, due to its own economic characteristics which in the past have mad(...)

 Former  Spanish prime minister Felipe Gonzalez speaks to journalists after a meeting  Lilian Tintori (right)  and other  wives of Venezuelan imprisoned opposition leaders, and  members of the opposition alliance  in Caracas, on Monday. Photograph: Miguel Gutierrez/EPA

Former Spanish prime minister Felipe González has made a short visit to Venezuela to offer support to two jailed politicians in a move which has he(...)

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