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CRH chief executive Albert Manifold. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

CRH’s chief executive Albert Manifold’s €9.31 million remuneration package has drawn criticism from a leading shareholder advisory group at a time whe(...)

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt: Bank is holding its agm in April via conference call from its headquarters. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Corporate Ireland is entering that time of the year when many listed companies hold their annual general meetings of shareholders. The end of April is(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said he was working on a best-case scenario of two to three months in which flights would be grounded and revenues would vanish. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Having triggered the wiping of more than $25 trillion off the value of public companies globally in the past five weeks as it wreaks havoc on health s(...)

  Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Photograph: Justin Lane/Epa

The Iseq in Dublin surged by about 4 per cent while other European markets also gained, as a historic early rebound in European financial markets stri(...)

Boeing helped the Dow surge 1,400 points on signs that its grounded jet could fly by the middle of the year.  Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP

Financial markets rebounded sharply on Tuesday, with global equities headed for their biggest bounce since the coronavirus crisis erupted a month ago.(...)

Wall Street’s slide deepened further on Monday as the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more US states into lockdown, overshadowing the Federal Reserve’s bid to shore up credit.

European shares fell again on Monday as the coronavirus spread continued to fuel fears of a recession in 2020. Dublin Dealers said that CRH, Ryanair(...)

In Asian trade, MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 5.01 per cent.

European and US shares continued their fall on Monday as central bank efforts at stimulus failed to ease fears of recession. Leading Irish shares CRH(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on March 18th. The floor has since closed in line with the state’s coronavirus measures and moved to fully electronic trading. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP.

European shares ended higher for a second straight day on Friday, but pared most of the session’s gains amid renewed fears over the economic shock of (...)

A trader works during the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

European and US stocks climbed on Thursday, recovering from earlier losses, in a sign of tentatively more stable markets, as central banks across the (...)

CRH fell more than 14% to €17.42 on fears of a global recession and moves by an activist investor. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Trading was briefly halted on Wall Street, while European shares marked their worst close in nearly seven years on Wednesday as recent stimulus measur(...)

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