A Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and German biotech company BioNTech showed promise, said the companies.

Hopes of a Covid-19 vaccine pulled European stocks from losses earlier on Wednesday after fears of a no-deal Brexit and anxieties relating to the Euro(...)

Glenveagh chief executive Stephen Garvey and Cathal Mooney, head of health and safety, at one of the company’s sites that reopened on Monday. Photograph: Fennells

Irish housebuilder Glenveagh Properties started reopening its building sites on Monday. The company said it was reopening 16 construction sites “in li(...)

AIB chief executive Colin Hunt: he  has signalled he may seek additional savings at the bank

World equity markets were little changed and safe-haven bonds climbed on Tuesday as investors weighed stronger economic data from China and upbeat cor(...)

Not one stock has gained in value in the three-month period on the Iseq 20 index. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A total of €34 billion has been wiped off the value of Iseq 20 companies over the past three months as the Covid-19 pandemic spooked investors in glob(...)

The stocks failed to make a sufficient recovery from a sell-off in late 2018

The founding directors of Cairn Homes and Glenveagh Properties missed out on receiving millions of euro worth of shares in the State’s two biggest hou(...)

Mary Birmingham  with Savills Ireland deputy managing director, Mark Reynolds.

Savills has announced the appointment of Mary Birmingham as a consultant to its development and consultancy division. Ms Birmingham’s experience spa(...)

Glenveagh Properties chief executive Stephen Garvey, who is also co-founder of the business.

Homebuilder Glenveagh expects the industry to build up to 23,000 new homes this year, but nothing near the 35,000 level that experts say is needed to (...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh pictured at its agm in the RDS last year. The bank will announce its full-year results on Monday, amid a backdrop of uncertainty about the formation of a new Government. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, HP, Mylan. Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Jan); German business climate, current conditions and expectations ((...)

Automakers, among the most exposed to China, slumped 0.8 per cent. BMW, Volkswagen, Peugeot owner PSA and Renault all slipped more than 1 per cent, weighing on the German and French indices.

Irish shares tumbled as investors reacted to Sinn Féin’s strong election performance while coronavirus fears hit European stocks on Monday. Dublin G(...)

Sinn Fein swept to an unprecedented victory in Saturday’s general election.

Ireland’s benchmark ISEQ Index clawed back from a weak opening on Monday after election polls put Sinn Féin in contention for a role in the next gover(...)

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