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Kerry is   due to publish its full-year results in February

Food ingredients giant Kerry lost a contract estimated to be worth €80 million with supermarket chain Tesco prior to closing its production plant in S(...)

Airlines proved popular with investors on Thursday. Photograph: AFP

Easing tensions in the Middle East and hopes that the US and China will sign the first phase of a trade deal next week lifted shares across Europe on (...)

Kerry Group chief executive Edmond Scanlon: the agribusiness group scored just 18.4 out of 100 on the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark. Photograph:  Colm Mahady / Fennells

Irish food giant Kerry has been rapped on the knuckles for failing to identify and address human rights issues across its supply chains. The company(...)

NYSE traders work on the floor  at the start of the trading day,  December 9th.  Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

A slump in Irish-founded Tullow Oil’s shares and weak data from China left European stocks trailing on Monday. DUBLIN Food group Kerry closed on Mon(...)

Royal Mail plummeted 14.2% in London after warning its turnaround plan was running behind schedule. Photograph: PA Wire

European stocks were under pressure on Thursday after a political stand-off between the US and China cast severe doubt over prospects of a trade deal.(...)

 Global markets are reacting positively to perceived improvements in world economic outlooks, particularly an easing of tension on US/China trade. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares hit four-year highs on Tuesday, edging closer to record levels, driven by a rally in energy and commodity-linked stocks as US-China tr(...)

 Peugeot stock hit a 12-month high of €27.06 during trade in Paris on Wednesday before paring that back to close at €26.05.

Trade in most markets was subdued on Wednesday, but good results and strong performances from some heavyweights helped lift the Irish Stock Exchange. (...)

Kerry ended 3.2 per cent lower at €104.00. Glanbia also joined in the decline, ending 2.6 per cent lower at €10.95.

French carmaker Renault dragged European shares lower on Friday, while the sharpest contraction in the Chinese economy in nearly three decades exacerb(...)

US stocks were mixed in early trade on the NYSE as investors digested poor European data and news that UK travel agent Thomas Cook had gone to the wall. Photograph: Michael Nagle/EPA

Poor French and German economic data and mixed signals from US-China trade sparked a fall in European shares on Monday. DUBLIN Irish banks took a dr(...)

 Ryanair regained the €10 mark with a rally a day after coming under pressure following its  AGM.  Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

European stocks clocked their fifth straight week of gains on Friday with investors buying into the oil and gas and banking sectors. Cautious investo(...)

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