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Smurfit Kappa stock slipped 2.2%  to €44.35

European stocks slumped to their lowest in two months on Friday as warnings from companies and factory activity data highlighted the economic headwind(...)

Traders return to the trading floor of the open outcry pit at the London Metal Exchange  in London for the first time since the Covid-19 shutdown. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

European shares climbed on Monday to end near record levels, led by technology stocks that surged to their highest this year as a surprise rise in Ger(...)

Building materials group and index heavyweight, CRH, added 2.31 per cent to €32.27, a move traders attributed to hopes of a US stimulus programme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Gains for travel and banking stocks on the back of hopes for a Brexit deal and US stimulus package boosted European markets on Tuesday. DUBLIN Stron(...)

Union members of Suez demonstrate against against Veolia’s takeover bid on which the company considers hostile. Photograph: Getty

French waste and water company Veolia hiked its bid for a stake in rival Suez on Wednesday and offered a negotiating window for any subsequent full ta(...)

Employees of French water and waste giant Suez took to the Parisian streets on Tuesday to protest against Veolia’s bid for a stake in the company. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP

Image of the week: Water fight There was French business drama this week as utility multinational Veolia’s move to take over water and waste giant Su(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Global markets are reacting positivity to perceived improvements in world economic outlooks. Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

European shares rose for a fifth straight session on Thursday to hit fresh four year highs as investors cheered signs of progress in US-China trade ta(...)

The General Court moved to overturn a 2015 commission decision that Starbucks received an unfair tax deal amounting to about €30 million from the Netherlands.  Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty

The European Commission’s decision three years ago that Ireland gave Apple €13 billion of illegal tax aid has been given a partial boost by a court ve(...)

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager: “Our investigation into the Irish tax rulings began in 2013, after Apple told a US Senate hearing about what it called a ‘tax incentive arrangement’ with Ireland.” Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Vesna Tomljenovic, the judge tasked with drafting a ruling by the European Union’s second-highest court on Apple’s alleged €13 billion Irish sweethea(...)

The successful bidder for the Codling Bank project, which would see hundreds of wind turbines erected in the Irish Sea, would have to spend hundreds of millions delivering the wind farm. Photograph: iStock

Major players in the oil and gas sector, including Shell, have expressed an interest in the €100 million sale of a wind farm project jointly owned by (...)

McDonald’s does not have to pay any additional tax in the EU as a result of the European Commission investigation. Photograph: Reuters

The European Commission has decided that arrangement between McDonald’s and Luxembourg, which allowed the fast food group to pay almost no tax on its (...)

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