Ryanair closed 1.57 per cent up at €7.394, after breaking the €7.40 mark earlier in the day. The airline released figures showing August passenger numbers were up 4 per cent at 9.4 million. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

European stocks rose as Russia and Ukraine agreed on the steps needed for a truce, while a poor euro zone purchasing managers’ index stoked specula(...)

British Airways owner International Airlines Group reported a 55 per cent rise in second-quarter operating profit today, mainly due to a recovery at Spanish airline Iberia. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

British Airways owner International Airlines Group reported a 55 per cent rise in second-quarter operating profit today, mainly due to a recovery at S(...)

In Dublin, Ryanair was up 1.03 per cent to €6.80 in a busy day’s trading in aviation stocks across Europe and in the United States. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Investors took the opportunity to reflect yesterday on recent gains, particularly with the US corporate results season looming into view.China’s seco(...)

Investors turn away from airlines on the back of concern over oil prices arising from the ongoing crisis in Iraq. Photograph: Reuters

European stocks declined yesterday, after posting a ninth weekly gain in 10, as investors watched developments in Iraq and as euro-zone manufacturing(...)

The big news of the day was that Paddy Power expects full-year operating profits to be about €11 million lower than it forecast three months ago. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

There was a step back from the record levels seen in Wall Street yesterday that set a downbeat tone for markets. Traders in Dublin said the recent pas(...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the International Airlines Group, has been appointed to the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) Advisory Committee and will become chairman of the board.

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the International Airlines Group, has been appointed to the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) Advisory Commi(...)

Bank of Ireland shares closed at €0.265, a rise of 2.32 per cent

It was a day that proved bad numbers can still be good for stock markets as disappointing economic data from the US convinced investors that the Feder(...)

A leading European airline group has denounced Italian plans to rescue Alitalia as illegal yesterday as shareholders were due to vote on a capital in(...)

Shares in Grafton Group, which has a strong English presence, rose 7 per cent to €7 after the UK Builders Merchants Federation’s monthly sales figures highlighted improved conditions.

A possible ending to the deadlock in Washington lifted shares in both Europe and the US tonight. The Iseq closed the day up 1.6 per cent on the preced(...)

Willie Walsh left, ceo International Airlines Group: he  said Heathrow’s priority appears to be boosting returns toits owners.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Passengers travelling through Heathrow could face an extra charge of up to €8.30 for using the airport from next April if the UK’s aviation regulator (...)

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