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Pressure on British prime minister Theresa May to quit added to Brexit concerns on the markets.

European shares sank on Thursday as the latest round of US-China trade friction and a soft set of business surveys sapped investors’ risk appetite. Pr(...)

AIB was in demand, rising 2.5 per cent at €4.07, as details of a planned €1 billion non-performing loan portfolio sale emerged.

European shares rallied on Tuesday, following two sessions of losses, as investors technology stocks took heart as the United States moved to temporar(...)

Belfast Harbour expects 500 construction jobs to be created in the city over the next two years following its decision to award the development contra(...)

The late Howard Kilroy, who served as governor of Bank of Ireland’s court of directors from 1991 until 2000. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Irish businessman Howard Kilroy has died aged 83. He was best known as the chief financial officer of the Smurfit Group during a period of major inter(...)

In Dublin Ryanair hit highs of €11 before closing 1.41 per cent up at €10.805. File photograph: The Irish Times

Global trade jitters stoked worries concerning the ongoing US-China trade row hit European shares on Friday, ending a three-day rally. Dublin Ryanai(...)

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange, on Tuesday, when  stocks rebounded from Monday’s plunge.  Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Global financial markets showed signs of stabilising on Tuesday, a day after China’s announcement of retaliatory tariffs on imports from the United St(...)

Shares of Uber Technologies dropped 9 per cent, more than doubling their losses since the ride-hailing giant’s poorly received Wall Street debut on Friday. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

European shares fell on Monday, continuing a sell-off that began last week as China unveiled retaliatory tariffs on US goods, stoking concerns of an a(...)

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(...)

Apple is still Ireland’s largest company based on turnover. Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

There’s no change at the top in this year’s Irish Times Top 1000 2019, the definitive guide to Ireland’s leading companies, as Apple, with turnov(...)

Paddy Power pointed to a 43% drop in fixed-odds betting terminal revenues in its latest results

European shares had their worst session in more than six weeks on Thursday after the US Federal Reserve dampened rate cut bets, while gains by Volkswa(...)

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