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A trader works at the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Reuters

It was a slow day in the Irish market on Tuesday as investors geared up for super Thursday next week, a day when over 200 companies are due to report (...)

A trader uses his phone outside the New York Stock Exchange  in New York. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

European equities suffered their worst day since September as political turmoil in the US pushed investors into safe haven investments following a str(...)

An investment company of Chinese property magnate Cheung Chung Kiu is interested in the Leadenhall building, also known as the “Cheesegrater”  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

British Land and joint venture partner Oxford Properties are in advanced talks to sell the “Cheesegrater” skyscraper in London, the company said on Tu(...)

Sean Mulryan, chairman and group chief executive of Ballymore Group  Photograph: Alan Betson 06/10/2016 -- Sean Mulryan is Chairman and Group Chief Executive of Ballymore Group  in front of a  Model of the proposed development of Dublin Landings by Ballymore Group, which is situated along Dublins North Wall Quay. Developments rights for the 2.35 hectare site were secured by Oxley Docklands Quay Ltd. 1,000,000 sq ft mixed used development with 7000,000 st ft of Grada A office and retail space with 273 luxury residential apartments. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Irish property developer Ballymore has been on something of a a roll in the past number of months. Last October, the company unveiled its plans for (...)

Ticknick Park is one of three parks at the development

Shortly before Christmas, builders broke ground on a development that will ultimately be home to about 30,000 people. It marked the first real steps i(...)

After hitting a series of record highs in a post-election rally, Wall Street has been trading in a tight range as investors look for more details on Donald Trump’s policies. Photograph: Stephen Yang/Reuters

Trading in European equities and the euro was choppy on Thursday after ECB president Mario Draghi reaffirmed interest rates would stay at current or (...)

Liffey Valley: the  reported €600 to €640 million sale of the shopping centre is scheduled to close before year end. Photograph: Eric Luke

The real estate investment market continues to be dominated by foreign investors. Ownership of a high proportion of our most valuable commercial asset(...)

JP Morgan headquarters building at One George’s Dock has been purchased by Catella

The Swedish property adviser, Catella, has acquired its first Irish property investment, paying more than €40 million for the JP Morgan headquarters b(...)

The distinctive redbrick building at One George’s Quay  will show an equivalent yield of 5.71 per cent after allowing for standard purchasing costs

The ongoing competition between investment funds for the best-located office assets in Dublin seems likely to resurface again with the announcement th(...)

Banks were among Ireland’s worst performers. Bank of Ireland lost 3.4 per cent to 19.7 cents. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

An early advance in European stocks evaporated as declines in miners and energy producers helped extend the lowest level for equities in more than a (...)

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