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Ryanair’s stock dipped more than 4.5 per cent to close at €15.56 after the airline cancelled 12 international and domestic UK routes on Monday.

Stocks fell on Monday as stricter curbs to fight a fast-spreading new strain of the coronavirus prompted travel bans, worries about food shortages and(...)

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq touched all-time highs on Thursday as investors looked past bleak economic data, while remaining focused on a Covid-19 vaccine, with the blue-chip Dow getting a boost from Boeing shares. Photograph: AP

European shares ended little changed on Thursday, as a surge in material stocks and Rolls-Royce helped counter downbeat business activity data from th(...)

The Dow hit a record high on Monday after Moderna became the second US company in a week to report positive results from its Covid-19 vaccine trial, raising hopes of a quicker economic recovery from a pandemic-led recession. Photograph:  Angela Weiss/Getty Images

European shares ended at a more-than-eight-month high on Monday as positive data from Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine boosted investor confidence in a fast(...)

The clinical trial for the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Britain’s University of Oxford resumed in the United States on Friday. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP

Brexit fears, Covid concerns and pre-US election jitters unnerved investors on Monday, sending shares sliding at their fastest pace since early Septem(...)

Bank of Ireland shares fell 4.5 per cent to €1.82. Photograph: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images

European stocks fell on Tuesday, with banks standing out as a weak spot, amid fresh fears over the timeline to a Covid-19 vaccine, uncertainties over (...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European equity markets closed lower on Friday, with travel and banking leading declines as a resurgence in coronavirus cases across the continent rek(...)

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta was among the market’s best performers, finishing 13.5 per cent up on the day. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

European stocks hit a near three-week high on Tuesday, as US stimulus bets and encouraging data out of China and Germany galvanised growth-linked cycl(...)

Shares of Europe’s biggest holiday company, TUI, tumbled 11.4 per cent after it decided to cancel all holidays to mainland Spain until August 9th.  Photograph:  Jaime Reina/AFP via Getty Images

European equities fell for a second day as new virus data suggested setbacks in global efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic. The Stoxx Europe 6(...)

Cruise line operators were among the hardest hit in the global health crisis, and the industry had some of the largest early, high-profile infections. Photograph: iStock

Carnival Corp reported a quarterly net loss of $4.4 billion (€3.9 billion) on Thursday, as the cruise operator took major write-downs on the sale of s(...)

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell. He  said a full economic recovery was unlikely until the public was confident that Covid-19  was under control. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European shares rose for a second day on Wednesday as expectations of further US economic stimulus offset fears of a new wave of Covid-19 outbreaks af(...)

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