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Iseq heavyweight CRH and many of its peers were lower after the publication of US construction data.

European shares were sluggish on Wednesday as a batch of poor corporate updates added to worries about a global growth slowdown and China-US trade neg(...)

Asos shares fell over 37 per cent on Monday. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European shares tumbled on Monday when a profit warning from online fashion retailer Asos sent retail stocks into nose-dive as investors fretted that (...)

Wednesday’s sell-off on Wall Street was the biggest fall in US stocks for more than eight months. Photograph: iStock

A sharp Wall Street sell-off has sent tremors through global equity markets, pulling down Asian and European stocks on Thursday as worries over the US(...)

Optimism over trade talks between the US and Canada boosted the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq to all-time highs on Wednesday. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters

Optimism over trade talks between the United States and Canada boosted the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq to all-time highs for the fourth session in a ro(...)

Cuisine De France owner Aryzta was the biggest faller in Ireland on Tuesday, hitting a fresh record low. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

European shares endured another choppy session on Tuesday with the Pan European Stoxx 600 index closing flat on the day. Ireland fared slightly bett(...)

  Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at the start of the trading day in New York. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares rose on Tuesday after Chinese president Xi Jinping promised to cut import tariffs, fuelling optimism that a trade war between his coun(...)

Meredith Corp. on  NYSE display board. November 27th. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European markets were subdued yesterday as mining stocks dipped on a slump in metals and investors focused on events later in the week with a potentia(...)

Dublin market: Ryanair closed fractionally positive at €12.75. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

European stocks slid for the first time in four days after a worse-than-forecast report on US services raised concern about the strength of the world’(...)

Volkswagen: lost 1 per cent or more as a strengthening euro dragged on exporters. The World Bank late on Wednesday cut its outlook for global growth and said downside risks had become more pronounced since the start of the year. Photograph:  Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European stocks declined on Wednesday, breaking their biggest back-to-back gains in two weeks, as banks and carmakers fell. Investors held off as the (...)

Philip Jansen is one of about 230 managers who will share in a pot of £350 million if the company reaches its £3.5 billion market capitalisation target.

The chief executive of Worldpay, the private-equity owned UK payments processor, is due to receive a £50 million payout after the company’s stock mark(...)

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