The number of cars travelling on Irish Ferries services has dropped 67 per cent. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group’s (ICG) revenue slumped 26 per cent to €229 million during the first 10 months of the year, as a slump in (...)

Associated British Foods, the owner of the Irish-headquartered discount fashion chain Penneys/Primark, was up by almost 17 per cent in early afternoon trading.

Hospitality stocks, such as airlines and hotel operators, as well as retailers surged on the news that a potential vaccine for coronavirus may be up t(...)

Ryanair closed 1.3 per cent stronger. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks closed slightly lower on Friday, taking the shine off a 7 per cent rally this week as investors focused on soaring coronavirus cases o(...)

Travel stocks were also in demand, with Ryanair up 2.1 per cent and Irish Continental Group advancing 4.5%. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

European shares advanced on Thursday, with Dublin’s Iseq reaching levels not since global markets started to sell off in late February as Covid-19 spr(...)

Building materials group and index heavyweight, CRH, added 2.31 per cent to €32.27, a move traders attributed to hopes of a US stimulus programme. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Gains for travel and banking stocks on the back of hopes for a Brexit deal and US stimulus package boosted European markets on Tuesday. DUBLIN Stron(...)

Shares in Ryanair climbed  3% in Dublin. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European equity markets ended lower on Thursday, with resource stocks suffering the most, while an aggressive growth strategy from the US Federal Rese(...)

Irish Continental Group’s first-half losses compared with a €25m pretax profit in the opening six months of 2019.  Photograph: PA Wire

Shipping company Irish Continental Group lost €11.2 million in the first half of the year as Covid-19 restrictions hit travel. The owner of Irish Fer(...)

Ryanair rose almost 2% on the Dublin stock market on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Markets were flat on Tuesday with investors kept on edge by a diplomatic tussle over Chinese tech companies operations in the US and doubts over progr(...)

IPL Plastics chiief executive Alan Walsh: current trading in the shares shows the market is pricing in a high probability of the deal going through, with little chance of  flushing  out a higher offer. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish boardroom doyenne Rose Hynes, a non-executive director at IPL Plastics, which makes everything from ice-cream containers to wheelie bins, is hol(...)

In Dublin, Ryanair rebounded by 6.62 per cent on the day to €11.19. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed modestly higher on Tuesday, as investors assessed a batch of mixed earnings reports while holding out for more US stimulus to l(...)

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