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The New York Stock Exchange. US stocks slid on Monday as higher US Treasury yields hit growth stocks amid prospects of aggressive monetary policy tightening, with investor sentiment taking a hit from fears of a sharp economic slowdown in China

European shares hit two-month lows on Monday, led by sectors including travel and leisure and technology as a mix of worries over prolonged Covid-19 c(...)

It was a difficult day for listed airlines as worries about oil and inflation conspire to drag the sector down. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

Growing fears of a cut in Russian gas supplies to Europe, along with the prospect of interest rate hikes and a possible recession, hit markets on Tue(...)

Shares in Verizon Communications had their biggest drop in two years after the company cut full-year sales forecasts. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

European shares closed near one-month lows on Friday as a cocktail of negative factors from China’s Covid lockdowns to worries about rapid interest r(...)

European stocks were lacking direction with Thursday’s ECB meeting likely to set the tone for the weeks to come. Photograph: Bernd Kammerer/AP Photo

European shares ended Wednesday’s sessions little changed as investors positioned themselves ahead of a key European Central Bank meeting on Thursday(...)

Banking shares were mixed, with Bank of Ireland and AIB gaining more than 1 per cent each, but Permanent TSB lost more than 2 per cent to close the week at €1.64

Global shares edged upwards and government bond yields resumed their upward climb on Friday on signs of persistent prices pressures, while oil was po(...)

 Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares were subdued at the close on Monday after choppy trading, and Wall Street dipped deeper into negative territory as investor concerns a(...)

Shares in Ryanair jumped 2.3 per cent to €14.38 on Wednesday

European stocks reversed earlier falls to close higher on Wednesday as surging commodity prices lifted energy and mining shares on fear of supply cons(...)

Glencore chief executive Gary Nagle said he was ‘not happy’ with the $1.5 billion charge but the company recognised there had been historic cases of ‘misconduct’. Photograph: Gianluca Colla/Bloomberg

Glencore expects to resolve bribery and corruption investigations in the UK, US and Brazil this year and has set aside $1.5 billion (€1.3 billion) to (...)

Glencore’s new chief executive Gary Nagle pushed back against the idea. Photograph: Urs Flueeler/AP Photo

An activist investor pressing Glencore to exit the world’s most polluting fossil fuel says the miner can spin off its coal division and reduce product(...)

Homebuilder Glenveagh Properties saw 3%  added to its share price over the session, closing at €1.22, while rival Cairn Homes gained 1.14%  to finish at €1.246

World stocks staged a modest rebound on Monday as traders put aside concerns about interest rate rises and the crisis in Ukraine to dip back in, but g(...)

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