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Mining company Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estimates.

European stocks rose to their highest level in almost a month as miner Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estima(...)

Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne said last month the government was ready to start selling its Lloyds shares, which are trading comfortably above the government’s breakeven price, having hit a two-year high in June. Photograph: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

More than a dozen top banks are finalising plans to run a £20 billion (€23 billion) share sale in part-nationalised Lloyds, one of the most prestigiou(...)

 CRH climbed 4.38 per cent to €15.86 in Dublin on  reasonable volumes

The closure of the New York exchange to mark the July 4th celebrations meant a very slow start to the day in European exchanges, although business pic(...)

Former UBS and Citygroup trader Tom Hayes arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court where he will face trial on eight charges of conspiracy to defraud, in connection with the investigation by the Serious Fraud Office, into the manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire.

Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup trader, is scheduled to enter a plea on charges related to manipulation of the London interbank offered rate l(...)

Ryanair closed up almost a point. Photograph: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg

Trading is expected to be thin for the rest of this week as US markets close early today and all of Thursday for the US Independence Day holiday. Stoc(...)

Royalty Pharma has offered to buy Elan for $6.7
billion, a bid Elan’s board rejected earlier in the week

European shares finished firmer yesterday, supported by signs of merger and acquisition activity in the region and by weak US economic data backing th(...)

Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda  has left a  lending programme unchanged. Photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters

Stocks, bonds and commodities fell around the world as Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda left a lending programme unchanged, stoking concern cent(...)

Services sector continues to enjoy momentun

Ireland’s services sector continued to enjoy positive momentum in May, experiencing a tenth successive month of growth although the picture was not as(...)

HSBC put hundreds of homeowners at greater risk of losing their properties by failing to file paperwork to initiate settlement talks, New York state p(...)

Volkswagen workers. While
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 Germany, the Netherlands and Austria displayed the slowest rate of industrial production contraction across the euro zone, the figures also indicated a strong performance by so-called “peripheral” countries, a trend welcomed by analysts.

The downturn in manufacturing activity in the euro zone eased last month, according to official figures released yesterday, suggesting an unexpected(...)

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