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AIB tumbled 2.18 per cent to €3.772, while Bank of Ireland slid 2.42 per cent to €5.24. Photograph: PA

Shares slid on Friday as Brexit and poor economic data from the United States and Europe stoked fears of a slow down. DUBLIN Leading Irish shares we(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes slipped in the first few hours of trading after a weak profit outlook from economic bellwether FedEx and on trade concerns. Photograph: Getty

European markets were dragged down by negative corporate news as well as uncertainty as how the next stage of the UK’s Brexit process will unfold. In(...)

The auto index was boosted by a 5 per cent jump in Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/ Reuters

European indices performed well on Tuesday with the exception of the Iseq with investors hoping for a more accommodative US policy stance at the end o(...)

US stocks joined a global advance in equities sparked by China’s renewed commitment to stimulus. Photograph: Bloomberg

Stocks rose amid positive signs on US-China trade talks and improved sentiment following the UK’s decision to request a delay on its exit from the Eur(...)

Glanbia, which traded ex-divided, closed at €18.82, down 0.5 per cent.

European shares rose to a five-month high, boosted by strength in the banking sector after Britain’s parliament voted to reject a disorderly Brexit. (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is due to meet with US president Donald Trump on Thursday.

Irish companies Netwatch and RelateCare are to create a combined 280 new jobs in the US, with a number of other businesses from the Republic also anno(...)

For many, the option of undertaking a postgraduate programme, which will add to and complement their existing skills, is one they need to consider.

Undertaking a postgraduate programme is one way in which today’s graduates are future-proofing for a constantly evolving jobs market. Undergraduates (...)

Struggling department store Debenhams was a bright spot after Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley made a move towards running the more than 240-year-old company.

European equities finished the week on a negative note, resulting in stocks notching up their biggest weekly fall since December. Losses extended aft(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold’s basic salary and pension benefits increases marginally to €2.22 million last year, while his performance-related pay declined to €6.01 million from €6.5 million. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold’s total remuneration package dipped by 5 per cent to €8.23 million last year as a slump in the building materials (...)

Traders   at  New York Stock Exchange.  Wall Street’s main indexes climbed on Friday as strong economic data from China fed into optimism around trade, but muted US economic data kept a lid on gains. Photograph: Reuters

European shares rose to five-month highs on Friday, starting March on a strong footing, as a fresh batch of corporate updates fuelled risk appetite ev(...)

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