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The New York Stock Exchange, on Monday, where global markets were sharply higher on the day following reports the US and China have made progress in their trade dispute. Photograph: Justin Laneepa

A temporary ceasefire in the US-China trade war boosted global stocks to their highest in about three weeks on Monday, while sending the dollar lower (...)

 Tempers flair between Ulster and Cardiff Blues players at Kingspan Stadium. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Ulster 16 Cardiff Blues 12 John Cooney marked his return from international duty by kicking 11 points in Ulster’s 16-12 Pro14 victory over Cardiff Bl(...)

Among the publicly quoted companies, Bank of Ireland’s pension hole of €478 million is the largest.

Ireland’s largest defined-benefit pension plans managed to wipe out their deficits early this year, only to see them re-emerge as markets took a tumbl(...)

US president Donald Trump. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

News that US president Donald Trump will meet his Chinese opposite number Xi Jinping at a G20 summit eased fears of a trade war and steadied European (...)

Ryanair shares fell on the Iseq, ending the day down 3.5 per cent to €11.80. Photograph: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

European shares fell on Tuesday after a new threat by Washington to impose more tariffs on Chinese products and fears the trade war could spread to Eu(...)

US markets dipped sharply again on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing over 500 points down. Technology stocks, including Apple, continue to drag down the markets. Photograph:  Drew Angerer/Getty Images

World equity markets fell on Tuesday, with US stocks hurt by worries over softening demand for the iPhone and corporate growth prospects, while oil pr(...)

Kerry Group ended the day up more than 3.5 per cent at €93.65.

European shares dipped on Friday as traders held their breath over the draft Brexit deal hammered out with Britain and Italy’s budget showdown with th(...)

The Irish market dropped €3.3bn in value as Westminster went into meltdown on Thursday

Theresa May’s keep-calm-and-carry-on stance, even as her EU withdrawal plan continued to unravel on Friday, tempted some bargain hunters into the most(...)

Ryanair was among the Irish stocks being punished on Wednesday. Photograph: Reuters

Irish stocks slumped the most in western Europe on Thursday amid mounting concern that the UK could crash out of the European Union without a deal. W(...)

Debenhams shares sank 21 per cent in London, their biggest ever one-day fall, after a Drapers report said some high street suppliers have stopped working with the department store chain.

Dublin’s Iseq, one of the laggards across European stock market indices in 2018, stood out as a rare bright spot on Wednesday amid hopes that British (...)

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