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Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May: While European markets advanced on the eve of invoking article 50, analysts cautioned that market sentiment will be dominated by developments during the negotiations. Photograph: Darren Staples/AFP/Getty

Almost one in five debt investors globally fear that the UK, which is posed to press the start button on two years of Brexit negotiations on Wednesday(...)

British prime minister Theresa May used her speech to confirm that the UK will not remain a member of the EU customs union. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AFP/Getty Images

Sterling staged its biggest advance since at least 1998 on Tuesday as UK prime minister Theresa May pledged to put a deal on the country’s exit from (...)

Pedestrians walk past a share prices board showing the numbers from various world stock markets in Tokyo

European equities rose sharply on Friday, adding to gains made in the previous session on European Central Bank stimulus hints, with bouncing commodit(...)

Seán Quinn. Although his family able to build up a clandestine 28 per cent stake in Anglo Irish Bank using contracts for difference, Ireland has yet to introduce disclosure rules that would require investors to abide by stock exchange disclosure rules once they have accumulated a 3 per cent stake. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ireland has yet to introduce rules requiring investors in contracts for difference (CFD) to disclose their positions, despite the role the derivatives(...)