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Smoking gun: The Turkish economic crisis has acted as a negative backdrop to global markets all week. Photograph: The New York Times

There was a lacklustre finish to a turbulent week for European stock markets, during which an economic crisis in Turkey fostered anxiety across global(...)

Sterling sank to a nine-month low against the euro this week on fears of a “no deal” Brexit.

David Davis, the then-Brexit secretary, assured us in February that the UK was not seeking a dystopian “Mad Max-style” Brexit; these days, it seems mo(...)

Aryzta chairman  Gary McGann and chief executive  Kevin Toland. Analysts agree that the management team has inherited most of the problems with which they are now wrestling. Photograph: Alan Betson

There’ll likely be no cake to celebrate the 10th birthday this month of Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta. It is probably looking to raise some dough. In the w(...)

US-China trade tensions kept stock market gains muted on Thursday. Photograph: Reuters

European stocks edged higher on Thursday, boosted by strong corporate earnings, although concerns over China-US trade tensions and new sanctions again(...)

Glanbia managing director Siobhán Talbot said the company “delivered in line with expectations”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The imposition of trade tariffs around the world could cause disruption to dairy prices and affect growth objectives Glanbia laid out in May, its fina(...)

KBC Bank Ireland is due to release results on Thursday. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

MONDAY Results: Marriott International, Sotheby’s. Indicators: euro-zone retail PMI (Jul); UK car sales (Jul); German factory orders (Jun), constr(...)

Pretax profits were up 70 per cent in the first half when compared to the same period of 2017. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares dipped on Wednesday as mixed corporate earnings failed to quell fears about the growing US-China trade conflict. DUBLIN Packaging ma(...)

Former Arthur Cox chairman James O’Dwyer, who died in New York last weekend.

Former Arthur Cox chairman and managing partner James O’Dwyer (71) died last Sunday in New York after a brief illness. Mr O’Dwyer was regarded as on(...)

Permanent TSB rose 9.37 per cent on the back of the sale of its project Glas non-performing loan portfolio. Photograph: Alan Betson

European shares climbed on Tuesday to a new six-week high on signs the US and China would avert a trade war, while strong earnings updates drove gains(...)

Seán Gallagher reacts as Martin McGuinness brings up the subject of a cheque on RTÉ’s The Frontline in 2011. Photograph: RTÉ

What possesses successful business people to run for president, or indeed for any elected office in the State? Presumably the same things that possess(...)

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