Oil majors BP and Royal Dutch Shell slid more than 1 per cent each. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP via Getty Images

European stocks posted their worst daily fall in one week on Wednesday, tracking weakness on Wall Street, as investors grew wary of rising inflationar(...)

Intel is pursuing a multibillion-dollar drive to take on Asian rivals in contract manufacturing.

Intel wants €8 billion in public subsidies towards building a semi-conductor factory in Europe, its chief executive was cited as saying on Friday, as (...)

Apple was among the tech stocks in decline on Tuesday. Photograph: iStock

European shares ended lower on Tuesday, with the technology sector having their worst day since late-October after a sudden drop in big US tech stock(...)

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European stocks struggled for traction and US futures slipped on Tuesday as technology shares continued to weigh on equities following weakness among (...)

The FTSE 100 has risen 4.3 per cent so far this year, supported by speedy vaccine rollouts and a raft of economic stimulus. Photograph: iStock

World stocks ran higher on Thursday following their slowest quarter in a year, as US economic strength offset the return to strict Covid-19 lockdown m(...)

The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.2 per cent in early trading, hovering just 3 points below its all-time high

European stocks kicked off the new quarter with small gains on Thursday, as optimism around a new US government spending plan eclipsed concerns of an(...)

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European stocks slipped on Wednesday, as concerns about new lockdown measures overshadowed a surprise return to economic growth for the euro zone in M(...)

The Iseq index ended the week in negative territory, in sharp contrast to many of its European peers

European stocks logged their strongest weekly gains since November on Friday, with Germany’s DAX hitting a record high on the back of better-than-expe(...)

The pan-European Stoxx 600 index ended 0.4 per cent lower on the day. Photograph: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg

European shares fell for a fourth straight session yesterday while the Nasdaq rose to a record high. DUBLIN The Iseq all-share index closed 0.5 per (...)

Travel stocks continue to be hit hard, with Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group down 5.5 per cent to €3.40.

European stocks were hit by a sell-off in technology shares on Tuesday, as US peers slumped on fears of new coronavirus restrictions. A strong openin(...)

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