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CRH, which currently has a €25.2 billion market capitalisation, was relegated from the Euro Stoxx 50 index two years ago in favour of Nokia.

CRH will rejoin Europe’s leading blue-chip stocks index, the Euro Stoxx 50 this month after the building materials giant’s shares surged in value in (...)

Jean-Pierre Mustier: faces the task of turning round a bank with about €80 billion in bad loans

UniCredit, Italy’s biggest bank by assets, has lured back Jean-Pierre ­Mustier, its former investment banking chief, to be chief executive. He is set (...)

Zurich is in the middle of a $1 billion-plus cost-savings drive and has said that around 8,000 jobs would be affected by the end of 2018.  (Photograph: Adrian Moser/Bloomberg)

Zurich Insurance plans to combine its life and non-life businesses and move to a new regional structure as new chief executive Mario Greco puts his s(...)

Volkswagen: lost 1 per cent or more as a strengthening euro dragged on exporters. The World Bank late on Wednesday cut its outlook for global growth and said downside risks had become more pronounced since the start of the year. Photograph:  Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European stocks declined on Wednesday, breaking their biggest back-to-back gains in two weeks, as banks and carmakers fell. Investors held off as the (...)

Martin Senn in Dublin in 2013. (Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES)

Martin Senn, the Zurich Insurance chief executive officer who stepped down in a December reshuffle, has died, the company said in a statement on Monda(...)

Apple crumble: company  shares fell 2.4 per cent to a two-year low on concerns about iPhone demand. Photograph:  Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Apple lost its status as the world’s most valuable public company to Google’s parent, Alphabet, in US trading as markets closer to home, in Europe, f(...)

France’s biggest insurer Axa newly appointed deputy CEO Thomas Buberl. Photograph:  Christian Hartmann/Reuters

The incoming chief executive of French insurer Axa has said that he wants the company to focus on the group’s digital transformation rather than makin(...)

Ryanair closing up nearly 3 per cent at €13.60, which was roughly in line with its European rivals. Photograph: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

World equity markets capped a fifth week of gains yesterday, their best run in more than two years, as a 2016 high for oil, the dollar’s recent decli(...)

European shares opened slightly lower on Friday with banking stocks leading the decline.

European shares opened slightly lower on Friday with banking stocks leading the decline and Italian insurer Generali down after net profit fell short(...)

Up and away: Aer Lingus  stock closed  yesterday 1.5 per cent up at €2.43. Photograph: Alan Betson

European shares rebounded on Wednesday from a one-week low the day before, supported by the prospect of an accord between Greece and its creditors. T(...)

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