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Food stocks were also down due in part to Brexit concerns with Glanbia dropping 2.7% and Kerry 1.8%.

European stocks slid on Thursday, with UK markets leading the way after Britain’s government launched a scaled-back job support programme, while a sec(...)

Wall Street’s main indexes hit their lowest in nearly seven weeks on Monday. Photograph: Richard Drew/File/AP Photo

European stocks posted their worst fall in three months on Monday as fears of a second wave of Covid-19 infections hit travel and leisure shares, whil(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European equity markets closed lower on Friday, with travel and banking leading declines as a resurgence in coronavirus cases across the continent rek(...)

Shares in the world’s second-biggest fashion retailer jumped 12 per cent early on Tuesday

European stocks struggled for direction on Tuesday, with banking shares declining ahead of the US and UK central bank meetings this week, while Sweden(...)

Kingspan chief financial officer Geoff Doherty: ‘The pricing is a testament to Kingspan’s planet passionate strategy.’  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Building materials group Kingspan said it had agreed the terms of a new loan that would yield €750 million for the company. The firm said it had agr(...)

Among gainers on the Iseq all-share index  were construction names such as insulation maker Kingspan and  Dublin-headquartered but London-listed Grafton Group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global markets edged higher on Friday as investors weighed better-than-expected corporate earnings and increased mergers and acquisitions activity in (...)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all rose in the first hours of trading in New York. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European shares rose on Wednesday, as investors shrugged off the previous day’s heavy losses for US technology stocks as well as rising fears that the(...)

The index was dragged down by a fall of about 2.2% for Ryanair, with the carrier closing at €11.80 on another weak day for airlines across Europe. File photograph: Getty

European stocks climbed as analysts speculated the market could be relatively resilient to last week’s technology-led declines in the US, while sterli(...)

Ornua global foods division managing director Róisín Hennerty, who has won The Irish Times Business Person of the Year Award 2020. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The managing director of Ornua’s global foods division, Róisín Hennerty, has won The Irish Times Business Person of the Year Award at a virtual ceremo(...)

The banking sector was out of favour with investors on Wednesday with Bank of Ireland and AIB both affected. Shares fell 3.1 per cent and 4.4 per cent respectively.

European shares closed higher on Wednesday as signs of a recovery in global manufacturing activity helped chemical and industrial stocks, while the te(...)

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