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Financial details of the deal for Cilatus were not disclosed

Listed Irish life sciences company Malin has acquired an 80 per cent stake in the Swiss chemistry, manufacturing, and control (CMC) specialist firm Ci(...)

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is putting forward plans to clamp down on firms selling contract for difference (CFD) products to retail customers. Photograph:  John Stillwell/PA Wire

If you want to know whether a regulatory crackdown is tough enough, just look at how shares in the sector respond when the new rules are revealed. T(...)

Oil prices slipped from a 16-month high as doubts emerged about how Opec will implement its first supply cuts in years, which was announced last week. Photograph: Wu Hong/EPA

European shares rose for a second day on Tuesday, as investors continued to shrug off the political fall-out caused in Italy from the rejection of a c(...)

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband, former US president Bill Clinton: Mrs Clinton is seen by investors as offering greater   stability. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters

European shares edged higher in cautious trading on Tuesday, with encouraging updates from some companies underpinning the broader market on a day whe(...)

Darker outlook: Hillary Clinton’s standing in the pools has fallen since the FBI reopened an investigation into her emails. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images

As chaos reigned across global markets in August last year amid signs that China’s economy, the world’s growth engine, was slowing, Donald Trump took (...)

Traders work at their desks in front of the German share price index at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, German.

A broad-based rally pushed European stocks to the biggest advance in almost a month on optimism monetary policy will remain supportive of growth. Min(...)

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said the risk of a recession has receded because of the bank’s actions after the Brexit vote.

A rally among exporters amid a weaker euro pushed European equities near their highest prices since April, while Germany’s DAX Index erased all of it(...)

One of the most striking sights at the Notting Hill Carnival last Monday came on the approach roads and streets. Long before you encountered the whis(...)

The dollar was weak against most other currencies, giving up most of its gains so far this week

Asian shares hit a one-year high on Wednesday while the dollar and Treasury yields slid on weak US productivity data, while sterling inched up from a (...)

European bank shares had their worst two-day fall on record and world stocks were on track for worst two-day fall since the aftermath of the Lehman Bros collapse in late 2008. Ryanair dived by 15.2 per cent as sector followers reeled at a profit warning this morning from rival Easyjet

Irish shares were trampled on Monday as investors continued to baulk at the impact of Brexit on its closest trading partner -- and analysts downgraded(...)

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