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Cathay Pacific’s four-times-weekly flight from Dublin to Hong Kong runs on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Cathay Pacific has been forced to cancel a number of services in and out of Hong Kong, including those from several European cities, as a result of th(...)

Warren East, chief executive, said the FTSE 100 group had spent the extra funds building up inventory and arranging logistics in case of disruption if the UK crashes out of the EU at the end of October without an agreement. Photograph: Newscast/Rolls-Royce /PA Wire

Rolls-Royce has revealed it has spent £100 million (€109 million) preparing for a no-deal Brexit as the aero-engine group announced a further charge o(...)

Shares in Lloyds fell as much as 5.3% in London, the largest fall since the week of the Brexit vote in 2016. Photograph: Reuters

Lloyds Banking Group shares sank as the lender took an extra charge for a last-minute rush of calls from British customers over missold insurance. T(...)

Awaiting Sony chief executive Kenichiro Yoshida ahead of a news conference in Tokyo. Mr Yoshida is currently  looking for ways to spark growth. Photograph: Reuters

Sony cut its full-year revenue outlook, citing slower-than-anticipated sales of its PlayStation 4 games console, televisions and Xperia smartphones. (...)

Snap: some remain cautious on the prospects for the loss-making company. Photograph: Reuters

As many as 9 million people rushed to sign up to Snapchat, the vanishing messaging app, in recent months to see what their face might look like if the(...)

Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Iseq all-share index climbed 0.92 per cent on Tuesday as a result of gains by index heavyweight CRH and budget airline Ryanair. While the Irish (...)

AB InBev’s setback can be explained at least partly by shifting trends in China, where younger consumers are increasingly moving away from traditional beers toward higher-priced craft brews and cocktails

For months, executives from Anheuser-Busch InBev NV raced to prepare for a listing of its Asian subsidiary, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC Ltd. It wa(...)

Ryanair was one of the main movers in Dublin, gaining 3.3% on the back of numbers that show an 8% rise in passengers flown last month

European shares closed comfortably higher on Tuesday, with utilities and consumer stocks leading gains as investors brushed aside US president Donald (...)

Hopes that the US, led by Donald Trump, pictured here with Chinese premier Xi Jinping,  would delay tariffs on Chinese goods boosted shares on Friday.  Photograph: Reuters

Optimism that central banks’ policies would support global growth and news that Washington would delay tariffs on Chinese goods boosted shares on Frid(...)

Investors breathed a sigh of relief after US president Donald Trump indicated that the protracted trade war with China could end soon. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares advanced – with the Iseq in Dublin standing out as a rare weak spot – as investors looked beyond UK prime minister Theresa May’s plans(...)

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