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(...)

TUI Group, Europe’s biggest travel company, jumped 8.5% on a new compensation and delivery deal struck with US-based Boeing. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

European shares rallied on Wednesday, with insurers jumping after France’s Axa said it would pay a dividend, while improving global economic data spur(...)

A trader walks in front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Tuesday as physical floor trading resumed. Photograph: AFP

European stocks surged on Wednesday after a report the European Commission wants to mobilise a bigger-than-expected €750 billion for the post-coronavi(...)

A pedestrian walks past quotation boards displaying a share price from the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Photograph: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP

Shares plummeted across Europe as the number of coronavirus cases worldwide topped 100,000, fuelling a further sell-off of equities. The pan-European(...)

Ferries operator Irish Continental Group rose 2.2 per cent to €5.11

European shares closed higher on Tuesday after a choppy session, with technology stocks helped as US chipmaker group Microchip Technology raised its s(...)

French shares gained 1.3%  after US leader Donald  Trump and French counterpart Emmanuel Macron said  they hoped to smooth out their differences over a digital services tax

European shares closed higher on Wednesday after US president Donald Trump said trade talks with China were going “very well” and Bloomberg reported t(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes hit fresh record highs, as the trade optimism and solid earnings from semiconductor industry bellwether Applied Materials boosted risk appetite

European shares clocked a sixth-straight week of gains on Friday following record highs on Wall Street after bullish comments from a White House offic(...)

“They [companies] are not so good at seeing far into the future.” Photograph: iStock

Who’d be a supply chain manager? The confluence of trade wars, Brexit, climate change, consumer demands for ethical sourcing, rising energy costs and (...)

FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon. Shares in the insurance company fell 0.7 per cent to €8.50 after the Central Bank told an Oireachtas committee the bank would look at ways of banning home and motor policy dual pricing

European shares climbed higher on Tuesday as positive German investor sentiment data and a slew of positive earnings lifted the mood, but Spanish stoc(...)

European shares closed higher on Friday, helped by a solid US jobs report for September.

European shares closed higher yesterday, helped by a solid US jobs report for September which offered some relief for followers of the world’s largest(...)

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