Smoking gun: The Turkish economic crisis has acted as a negative backdrop to global markets all week. Photograph: The New York Times

There was a lacklustre finish to a turbulent week for European stock markets, during which an economic crisis in Turkey fostered anxiety across global(...)

Weak corporate earnings in the pharmaceutical sector weighed on sentiment already soured by escalating trade issues.  Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares dipped on Wednesday as poor corporate earnings in the pharmaceutical sector weighed on sentiment already soured by trade tensions, wit(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on July 12th. Photograph: AP Photo/Richard Drew

Markets rose on Thursday as global trade tensions eased and the Sky bidding war heated up. DUBLIN Low-cost airline Ryanair was the surprise star per(...)

The view of the new Maldron hotel from Rita Kane’s bedroom window in Cathedral View Court off Kevin Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Residents in Dublin’s south inner-city say they have been “blocked in behind a prison wall” by the construction of a hotel metres from their homes. T(...)

Ryanair added 1.7% to €15.90 on Friday on a day in which Aer Lingus owner IAG announced bumper profits

Healthcare and technology companies led gains in European equities on Friday as the euro slipped amid mounting concern about the region’s economic out(...)

Oil majors Royal Dutch Shell and BP were both up about 1.5 per cent as oil prices hit their highest in over three years after a report that top exporter Saudi Arabia was pushing for higher prices. Photograph: Reuters

Earnings and trade anxiety set the tone on stock markets, amid a mixed slate of results. The FTSE 100 in London rose after commodity stocks were boost(...)

Dalata Hotel Group’s chief executive, Pat McCann, saw his remuneration package rise 6.8 per cent to €1.71 million last year. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dalata Hotel Group’s chief executive, Pat McCann, saw his remuneration package rise 6.8 per cent to €1.71 million last year, according to the company’(...)

The Hilton Hotel in Kilmainham is owned by Tifco. The group also manages Clontarf Castle

Ireland’s second-largest hotel group is going on the market in a deal that is likely to be worth up to €600 million. The Goldman Sachs-backed hotel g(...)

Phoenix Park in springtime. Average temperatures in Ireland for the last fortnight are down four degrees on normal for the time of year. Photograph: Dave Meehan

After as long a winter as anybody can remember, spring will finally arrive this weekend, but only temporarily. Temperatures will rise to between 11 (...)

AIB’s full-year results on Thursday mark the first annual reporting since the bank refloated. Photograph: Getty Images

MONDAY Results: Bank of Ireland, Hammerson, Fitbit. Indicators: UK housing prices (Feb), mortgage approvals (Jan); US new home sales (Jan). TUES(...)

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