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European shares rose for a second straight day on Thursday, after China said it would hold trade talks with the United States, raising hopes that the (...)

Facebook has begun testing the removal of public ‘like’ counts from user posts

Back in July, Instagram began testing the removal of public “like” counts from user posts across six countries including Ireland to “create a less pre(...)

You may or may not have heard of Gab, a social networking site that touts itself as an alternative to Twitter, “champion[ing] free speech, individual (...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson after losing a key Brexit vote on Tuesday. Photograph: UK parliament/Jessica Taylor

Sterling rebounded on Wednesday after British lawmakers seized control of the parliamentary timetable to try to block a no-deal Brexit. The gain, whi(...)

Earlier in the day, the pound had weakened by 0.5 per cent to 91.71 pence. Photograph: Bloomberg

Sterling briefly rebounded from near three-year lows versus the euro on Tuesday after German chancellor Angela Merkel said the European Union would th(...)

ING places a 40 per cent probability on a general election taking place, coupled with a further Brexit delay. Photograph: Reuters

ING, one of Europe’s larger banks, said a no-deal Brexit would send sterling down to parity with the euro and push it down to $1.10 against the US dol(...)

The broader US stock market was down marginally in afternoon trade. Photograph:  Brendan McDermid/Reuters

US stocks recovered and curtailed a rally in government bonds on Wednesday as investors pushed back against deepening concerns over global growth, aft(...)

German steel worker at the ThyssenKrupp AG works in Duisburg.

A key gauge of the health of Germany’s manufacturing industry sank by far more than expected in May, amid a steep drop-off in foreign demand that is h(...)

Dynamic Signal, which has developed technology to help companies better communicate with employees on any device or channel, said its first Northern Ireland investment will create software development jobs and customers service roles in Belfast.

A Silicon Valley headquartered software company that specialises in employee communication technology is to establish a new centre in Belfast that is (...)

April car production in the eurozone  fell 4.1 per cent against the previous monthly figure, dragging manufacturing down 0.8 per cent.

Industrial output in the euro zone dropped in April, hit particularly by falling car production, adding to concerns of a prolonged slowdown in the reg(...)

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