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Apple’s first sales warning in over a decade sent European shares sliding, with the tech sector particularly badly bruised as chipmakers that supply the iPhone maker fell sharply. Photograph: Getty Images

A revenue warning from Apple rocked equity markets around the globe yesterday as concerns over a damaging China-US trade battle and its impact on worl(...)

 The euro turns 20 in 2019, after two tumultuous decades that saw the single currency  become a fixture on the financial markets and in Europeans’ wallets. Photograph: Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty

Before the euro became a reality, the two primary concerns at the highest level in Ireland were that retailers would use the changeover to hike prices(...)

Swiss-Irish group Aryzta was the worst performer on the Iseq this year, plummeting by 87 per cent, after management raised more than €740 million through a share sale to help lower the embattled group’s debt levels and fund a restructuring programme.

The Iseq index of Irish shares is set for its fourth-worst annual performance in 25 years, with baked goods maker Aryzta, homebuilders and banks among(...)

Aryzta had an unremitting bad year and was the  standout corporate loser of 2018. Photograph: Reuters

It was another year of mixed fortunes in corporate Ireland. The economy continues to be the fastest growing in Europe while the live register fell to (...)

Technology shares in the US bore the brunt of selling, with Netflix and Apple both down more than 2.6 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

European markets had a better day on Friday as shares staged a small recovery and snapped three days of heavy losses. But it wasn’t enough to lift sto(...)

Manufacturing at the Combilift Forklifts. Ahead of Brexit, Combilift is applying to the Revenue  for authorised economic operator status, which allows for a quicker passage through checkpoints. Photograph: David Sleator

Many Irish businesses were caught in the fallout from Brexit almost as soon as UK voters chose to leave the world’s biggest trading bloc, in June 2016(...)

The New York Stock Exchange, on Monday, where global markets were sharply higher on the day following reports the US and China have made progress in their trade dispute. Photograph: Justin Laneepa

A temporary ceasefire in the US-China trade war boosted global stocks to their highest in about three weeks on Monday, while sending the dollar lower (...)

Glanbia has a 50 per cent stake in Southwest Cheese, a joint venture that began operations in Clovis, New Mexico, in 2004.

New Mexico might not seem the most obvious destination for Irish companies looking to establish a base in the US, but the state is going all out to en(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane at the company’s base on Pembroke Road, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Billy Kane knew time was up in August 2008 for his lending business that allowed seniors to release equity in their homes when a Wall Street bank that(...)

Some 84 per cent of chief executives are looking to expand their businesses over the coming year. Photograph: iStock

A considerable majority of Irish business leaders intend to expand their businesses despite macroeconomic issues, which could trouble the country’s co(...)

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