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Ryanair shares climbed as the airline made progress in dealing with its industrial relations issues. Photograph: PA

World equity markets dipped on Thursday, pausing after a string of record highs, while a decline in oil prices dragged on energy shares and the US sto(...)

Catherine O’Kelly: takes over from Dave Kirwan at the helm of the natural gas and electricity supplier

Centrica executive Catherine O’Kelly will replace Dave Kirwan at the helm of Bord Gáis Energy. Mr Kirwan is leaving the Irish utility to become manag(...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell  on Friday. Photograph:  Reuters/Lucas Jackson

European shares powered to their best week since last April on Friday, with the British and Swiss benchmarks hitting records, propelled by optimism ab(...)

Dave Kirwan: will become Centrica’s managing director of customer operations in January,  responsible for more than 12,000 workers who handle more than nine million customers around Britain

Bord Gáis Energy managing director Dave Kirwan is leaving to take charge of customer operations at the Irish company’s parent, Centrica, next month. (...)

Weaker pound supported the FTSE 100’s rise. Photograph: Yui Mok

The FTSE 100 emerged as a top performer among its European peers, boosted by an extended sterling sell-off linked to investor jitters around Brexit. L(...)

British Gas and Bord Gáis energy owner Centrica was the biggest loser on the FTSE on Thursday, falling by over 15 per cent. Photograph: PA Wire

Ireland’s benchmark Iseq overall index dropped by 0.51 per cent on Thursday - a day when no stocks were traded in New York due to Thanksgiving. Acro(...)

Centrica is forecasting earnings per share of 12.5 pence, down 26 per cent from last year, according to a trading statement published on Thursday.

Centrica plunged the most in 20 years after Britain’s biggest energy supplier to homes warned profit would be lower than expected as an increasing num(...)

Brookfield Renewable told investors in an update last week that its 2014 Irish deal was funded by way of $390 million in debt and $350 million in equity

Canada’s Brookfield Renewable Partners has repaid half of the $350 million (€297 million) of investors’ money it used to help fund the purchase of win(...)

A rally on Wall Street paused on Thursday following lacklustre quarterly earnings from JPMorgan and Citigroup.

There were record closes for the UK’s FTSE and Germany’s benchmark index Dax, but it was a slow day on the Iseq index. Dublin Bank of Ireland traded(...)

Nine of the 11 major S&P indexes ended the day higher, led by the information technology and financial sectors

Two of Spain’s biggest banks are considering moving their headquarters out of Catalonia following recent unrest, while the three main US indexes climb(...)

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