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AIB finished the session down by 2.75 per cent to 92 cent per share, while Bank of Ireland fell 1.1 per cent to €1.83

Trading in all stocks and derivatives on Euronext markets, including the stock exchange in Dublin, shut down for three hours on Monday morning, the bi(...)

Pfizer said it could file for US authorisation of a  Covid-19 vaccine it is developing with German partner BioNTech as early as November

European shares bounced on Friday on hopes that a vaccine for coronavirus could be available in the US before the end of the year, with a clutch of up(...)

LVMH, controlled by Europe’s richest man Bernard Arnault, agreed a $16 billion deal to buy Tiffany & Co last November, but got cold feet as Covid-19 walloped markets

The cancellation of the planned wedding between luxury goods brands LVMH and Tiffany has descended into the type of suit and countersuit that normally(...)

Friction between LVMH and Tiffany emerged in March as the depth of the economic fallout from the pandemic became apparent. Photograph: Cyril Marcilhacy, Bloomberg

LVMH can’t rely on a letter from the French government requesting a delay of its $16 billion (€13.6 billion) purchase of Tiffany and Co to justify its(...)

In New York, the S&P 500 fell in volatile trading as heavyweight tech-related stocks slipped after a sharp rebound in the previous session. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP Photo

Major European bourses closed lower on Thursday after the European Central Bank (ECB) kept its policy rates unchanged and said its existing stimulus (...)

Tiffany responded by launching legal action against LVMH, claiming the French luxury conglomerate deliberately stalled the process of securing antitrust approvals and used other delaying tactics to force it to renegotiate the deal. Photograph: iStock

LVMH’s planned $16.6 billion (€14 billion) takeover of US jeweller Tiffany was thrown into jeopardy on Wednesday after the French conglomerate said th(...)

In New York, Apple’s 1.2 per cent drop weighed heavily on the three main indexes and the shares were on course to end five days of gains. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

European shares fell on Tuesday, hurt by losses in British blue chips, while mixed economic data and continued growth in novel coronavirus cases cut s(...)

In Dublin, Ryanair rebounded by 6.62 per cent on the day to €11.19. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares closed modestly higher on Tuesday, as investors assessed a batch of mixed earnings reports while holding out for more US stimulus to l(...)

Photograph: iStock

European stocks opened higher alongside US equity futures as the gold rally cooled. Gains in energy and construction shares led the advance in the St(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announcing plans to accelerate the reopening of the Republic’s economy on Friday. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland/PA Wire

An unexpected jump in US employment sent world equities surging on hopes that the global economy has started to recover from the coronavirus pandemic,(...)

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