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Shares in petrol station chain Applegreen surged 44.3% to €5.60. File photograph: The Irish Times

Brexit jitters prompted investors to sell shares on Thursday, hitting Irish-focused equities and travel stocks. DUBLIN Petrol station chain Applegre(...)

European shares rose on Friday after upbeat industrial output data raised hopes of a faster than expected economic recovery. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares rose on Friday after upbeat industrial output data from Italy and France raised hopes of an economic recovery, even as a spike in coro(...)

Wall Street rose     after a record-setting increase in monthly US jobs pointed to a rebound in business activity following the easing of coronavirus-led lockdowns. Photograph:   Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images

Growing coronavirus vaccine hopes and positive jobs news from the US boosted markets on Thursday. DUBLIN Ryanair climbed 2.86 per cent to €10.97 on (...)

Zeus owner Brian O’Sullivan with the coffee cup recycling boxes. Photograph: Maxwells

Irish packaging company Zeus has agreed to roll out a recycling scheme for coffee cups across 80 O’Briens and Bagel Factory outlets from January 2020.(...)

 INM papers. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed little changed as a decline in banks after disappointing earnings was countered by gains in oil stocks and a 21 per cent surge (...)

It was a good session for Ryanair, which added 4.8 per cent to €11.78 and more than bounced back from its subdued Tuesday trading. Photograph:  Friedemann Vogel/EPA

European stocks rose for a third day, as optimism about trade talks lifted global markets, and data showed earnings growth forecasts were stabilising.(...)

Smurfit Kappa, led by Tony Smurfit, rejected two bids from Memphis-based IP this year – in February and March – for failing to capture the group’s “intrinsic” business value and prospects. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

The Irish Takeover Panel is set to slap a 12-month ban on International Paper (IP) making another approach for Smurfit Kappa, after the US group backe(...)

EasyJet gained 3.8% after Deutsche Bank lifted its target price for the stock and the sector benefited from the fact that AccorHotels said it was looking at buying a stake in Air France KLM. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin-based companies Smurfit Kappa, Shire and Paddy Power counted among the five worst performers on the FTSE 100 even as major markets moved ahead (...)

 A television monitor displays news of the Brexit vote on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange: financial markets are bracing for the outcome of Thursday’s historic UK referendum. Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

European equities extended their rally into a fifth day, while Britain’s top share index rose to a two-month high on Thursday as the UK voted on memb(...)