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Wal-Mart rose 1.8 per cent to $71.57 after Cowen and Company raised its rating to “outperform” from “market perform”. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares ended at their lowest point in two weeks on Monday, adding to losses seen last week as investors fretted over Hillary Clinton’s health(...)

A dispute between members of businessman Seán Quinn’s family and IBRC over the scope of orders freezing and monitoring their accounts and assets has been adjourned at the High Court.

A dispute between members of businessman Seán Quinn’s family and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) over the scope of orders freezing and monit(...)

JPMorgan Chase which this week opens the second-quarter reporting season for US banks in an increasingly challenging environment. Photograph: Stan Honda/Getty Images

Wall Street analysts taken an axe to profit forecasts for the biggest US banks, fearing that the US Federal Reserve – spooked by sluggish job growth a(...)

Financials were among the worst performers yesterday, with Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB each falling more than 5 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Stocks in Europe fell to an almost four-month low as speculation intensified that Britain will vote to leave the EU and traders awaited the outcome o(...)

Exxon Mobil Corp. signage is displayed on a monitor on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The S&P 500 fell 0.2 per cent, after losing as much as 0.5 per cent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 0.1 per cent, to 17,771.62. The Nasdaq Composite slipped 0.2 per cent. (

European stocks were little changed after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi kept broadly similar inflation forecasts for the euro area, whi(...)

Hostelworld chairman Richard Segal (left) with CEO Feargal Mooney. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

European shares steadied on Thursday, with banks coming under pressure after a surprise rights issue by Spain’s Banco Popular raised fears that others(...)

Net income will probably decline 46 per cent to 80 billion yen ($732 million) in the 12 months ending March 2017, the Tokyo-based company said in a statement on Tuesday. Photograph: Reuters

Sony forecast annual profit that fell short of estimates, hurt by costs to repair a factory that was damaged in the Kyushu earthquake, lost sales and (...)

 Renaud Laplanche, the former chief of Lending Club,   one of the largest online lending services. On Monday the company said that Mr Laplanche had resigned after an internal review showed a violation of the company’s business practices. (Photograph: Piotr Redlinski/The New York Times)

Renaud Laplanche wanted to reinvent banking as we know it -- and Wall Street loved him for it.Not any more. A decade after Laplanche helped create (...)

Computer-generated image of the proposed offices at the AIB Bankcentre. The promoters say the scheme will have a development value of about €350 million.

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is to seek planning approval for the largest Dublin office development since the property crash. The proposed s(...)

The Tokyo stock exchange. The latest global stock market rally is running out of steam as oil prices see more volatility and investors once again seek “safety” in gold and the yen.

The latest global stock market rally is running out of steam as oil prices see more volatility and investors once again seek “safety” in gold and the (...)

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