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Nestle, the world’s top food and drinks maker, soared to all-time highs after giving an upbeat outlook for the year ahead on an improving outlook in China and North America.

European shares gave up three-month highs on Thursday after a surprise sharp decline in US retail sales pulled stocks lower in afternoon trading, spoi(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US stocks fell on Monday due to Saudi tensions and worries over borrowing costs and tariffs. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares hit their lowest level since December 2016 in early trading as trade wars, rising US yields, Brexit and the Italy/EU budget row contin(...)

Last week’s sell-off across the globe sank European equities as investors rotated out of stocks amid rising bond yields and as the US-China trade conflict developed. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European equities opened little changed, with oil shares higher as Brent gained and after ConvaTec Group cut its full-year guidance. The Stoxx Euro(...)

CRH buoyed by renewed hopes that US president Donald Trump will be able to push through infrastructure spending plans

Irish shares closed higher on Friday, with Iseq index heavyweight CRH buoyed by renewed hopes that US president Donald Trump will be able to push thro(...)

Ryanair dropped 1.9 per cent to €16.60  as Ophelia slammed into Ireland.

The Iseq index in Dublin stood out as a weak spot in a broadly flat European market as investors speculated on the cost of Hurricane Ophelia to the Ir(...)

German industrial giant Siemens  slid 3.1 per cent following the release of disappointing quarterly earnings. Photograph: Edgard Garrido/Reuters

European markets ticked up yesterday as a number of companies reported solid results, but others delivered less positive news. DUBLIN The Irish mark(...)

Ryanair shares were  up marginally at €13.97. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

European stocks closed the session little changed, trimming earlier declines, as a rally in construction firms tempered investor disappointment over p(...)

Paper packaging group Smurfit Kappa will become the fifth Irish-based component of the blue-chip FTSE 100 index next month, in a move that will force (...)

Tony Smurfit of Smurfit Kappa: the company changed its Irish exchange listing to a secondary one earlier this year

Smurfit Kappa is likely to have managed to have clambered into the blue-chip FTSE 100 index, after its shares eked out a small gain on the London mark(...)