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Mounting political worries sent sterling lower, helping more internationally focused stocks gain. Photograph: Damir Sagolj/Reuters

London’s top share index rose on Thursday as the pound slipped on concerns that outgoing prime minister Theresa May’s successor might push for a hard (...)

Commuters board a Greyhound bus en route to New York City. Photograph: Yuri Gripas/File Photo/Reuters

FirstGroup shares jumped the most in a decade after chief executive Matthew Gregory bowed to shareholder pressure and said he would break up the U.K. (...)

Aircoach runs services between Dublin airport and the city, and Belfast. Photograph: Frank Miller

Inflationary wage pressures and the recruitment of new drivers contributed to pre-tax profits at private coach operator Aircoach decreasing by 24 per (...)

The US plans to impose levies on steel and aluminium imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico. Photograph: Lukas Schulze/Getty Images

The Iseq rose on Thursday, driven by CRH, and counting as a rare bright spot across Europe as the wider market was rattled by news that the US plans t(...)

Aircoach parent FirstGroup saw its CEO, Tim O’Toole, depart as it plunged ot a £327 million loss.  Photograph: Frank Miller

FirstGroup chief executive Tim O’Toole has resigned with immediate effect as the bus-to-train firm swung to a mammoth full year loss. Executive chair(...)

Shares in Norwegian Air rose 47%  after IAG said it was considering marking an offer for the carrier. Photograph: Reuters

Ireland’s benchmark Iseq overall index outperformed wider European markets on Thursday, rising 0.95 per cent. European shares rose alongside a relie(...)

Siobhán Talbot, group managing director of Glanbia. The group has reined in its earnings expectations for the coming year. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares recouped losses on Wednesday as reports of strong results helped boost miners and banks. DUBLIN Food and dairy group Glanbia tumbled(...)

Eleven members of the Aer Lingus board will decide whether to recommend any offer  from International Consolidated Airlines Group to its shareholders and thus pave the way for a sale. Photograph: Artur Widak/PA

Ultimately, 11 members of the Aer Lingus board will decide whether to recommend any offer for the company from International Consolidated Airlines G(...)

After European Central Bank president Mario Draghi promised last Friday to use whatever means necessary to raise inflation, investors bet that the ECB would soon unveil new measures, possibly including government bond purchases. Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg

The Iseq in Dublin rose by 0.6 per cent as most euro zone markets advanced on expectations of more monetary stimulus. After European Central Ba(...)

Shares in  building group CRH fell 1.8% on day, as Iseq overall declined. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Laura Slattery European stocks fell for a second day at the end of a volatile week, as investors speculated that equity gains have raced (...)

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