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Stock-market watchers say international investor flows into Irish property stocks have dried up in recent months because there was less upside to the sector than they had expected.

Investors around the world are smarting from the losses suffered in what has been called Red October, when stock markets gave up their gains for the y(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US shares were lower in mid-afternoon trading in all-round choppy session on Wednesday. Photograph:  Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares fell on Wednesday, as markets globally were rattled by weaker-than-expected quarterly sales from technology giant IBM as well as fears(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary  at the airline’s agm on  September 20th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Within hours of warning shareholders this week that profits would fall below what they were expecting, Ryanair was advertising 25 per cent off flights(...)

Ryanair’s shares plunged 12.5 per cent to €11.48. Photograph: Yves Herman/File Photo/Reuters

Ryanair’s profit warning sent aviation shares into a tailspin as European stocks rose generally on news of a US-Canada-Mexico trade pact. DUBLIN Rya(...)

Figures from MyHome.ie showed house price inflation slowing. Photograph: iStock

Investors held back from the market on Friday as fears over the impact of political developments such as Italian spending plans and Brexit hit home. (...)

EasyJet said it has also benefited from a number of “one-off events”, including the bankruptcies of Monarch and Air Berlin.

EasyJet will deliver a bumper rise in profits this year as it shrugs off industrial action and benefits from the woes of rivals. The budget airline s(...)

Ryanair crew waits as passengers disembark at Brussels South Charleroi Airport: If the UK crashed out of the EU without a deal, it would fall out of Open Skies. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP

A “no-deal” Brexit will squeeze airlines’ cashflows, hitting Irish carriers such as Ryanair and Norwegian Air, ratings agency Moody’s warns. Flights (...)

Building materials group and index heavyweight CRH slid 2.23 per cent to €27.65

Trade war fears continued to weigh on markets on Friday, leaving European shares suffering after one of their worst weeks since March. DUBLIN Ryanai(...)

Photograph: iStock

Kenya plans discussions with low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet to begin flying to the East African nation famous for its beaches and safar(...)

Nike dropped 2.7 per cent as the company faced backlash over its choice of Colin Kaepernick, the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem as a protest against racism, as a face for the 30th anniversary of its ‘Just Do It’ slogan. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Global stocks fell on the second trading day of September with rising trade uncertainties still playing on the minds of investors. US stocks dipped (...)

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