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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 (...)

Wall Street’s three major indices were higher in early afternoon trading as improving economic data and the prospect of more stimulus bolstered hopes of a swift recovery from Covid. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares rose to their highest level in two weeks on Tuesday, with banks among the main gainers in Dublin, as investors piled into stocks that (...)

Rolls-Royce tumbled nearly 15 per cent to the bottom of the FTSE 100 as Standard & Poor’s cut its credit rating to junk. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares fell on Friday as investors fretted about US president Donald Trump’s response to China tightening its control over Hong Kong. The pa(...)

Food companies were out of sorts, with Glanbia off 0.7 per cent, Kerry Group down 0.3 per cent and Total Produce lost 0.7 per cent.

European shares rose on Wednesday to continue to recover from a steep sell-off earlier in the week, as investors continued to brush off concerns – for(...)

French shares gained 1.3%  after US leader Donald  Trump and French counterpart Emmanuel Macron said  they hoped to smooth out their differences over a digital services tax

European shares closed higher on Wednesday after US president Donald Trump said trade talks with China were going “very well” and Bloomberg reported t(...)

US stocks fell lower in early afternoon trading after president Donald Trump delivered a stinging rebuke to China’s trade practices. Photograph: Michael Nagle/EPA

Dublin’s Iseq index stood out as a bright light across European markets, driven by a solid performance by banking shares, even as shares in London suc(...)

Markets took fright as US president Donald Trump warned China against waiting out his first term to finalise any trade deal, saying the outcome could be no agreement or a worse one. Photograph: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images

Irish shares suffered their biggest sell-off since the middle of December on Tuesday, with banks among the worst performers, as concerns over a no-dea(...)

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a policy statement from the US Federal Reserve

Dublin’s Iseq index and the wider European equities market closed little changed on Wednesday as investors retreated to the sidelines ahead of a polic(...)

Smurfit Kappa was in demand, advancing 4.2 per cent to €27.06.

European shares advanced on Wednesday as investors pinned their hopes on a soft Brexit and the US finally reaching a trade deal with China. The pan-E(...)

Disappointing Tencent earnings added to pressures across markets. Photograph: Reuters

J Ireland’s Iseq shares index fell to its lowest level in four months as global markets were spooked by the ongoing currency crisis in Turkey and sig(...)