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Ryanair fell 3 per cent in line with the broader aviation sector but it generally outperformed its peers. Rising oil prices have affected the industry.

Global equity markets swooned and bond prices slid yesterday after slowly improving US jobs data and gains in consumer prices added weight to the view(...)

Morgan Stanley’s results concluded a strong quarter, with banks including Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase also reporting higher-than-expected profits. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images

Morgan Stanley has reported that its second-quarter net income almost doubled to $980 million, sending its shares sharply higher and capping off a bum(...)

Kim Knowles and Ciara McKenna of Coldlilies

University friends Ciara McKenna and Kim Knowles founded online retail platform Coldlilies after leaving their careers in law and finance to pursue a (...)

CRH, which accounts for over 25 per cent of the Iseq, slid 1.76 per cent to €15.375 in Dublin yesterday

European stocks tumbled as new figures showed German investor confidence unexpectedly dropped this month. Market watchers blamed increasing risks in t(...)

Fabrice Tourre no longer works for Goldman Sachs but the bank is paying his legal fees in his civil trial. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs banker who became a symbol of the financial crisis, will have his day in court when his civil trial begins (...)

Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne said last month the government was ready to start selling its Lloyds shares, which are trading comfortably above the government’s breakeven price, having hit a two-year high in June. Photograph: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

More than a dozen top banks are finalising plans to run a £20 billion (€23 billion) share sale in part-nationalised Lloyds, one of the most prestigiou(...)

Chief executive Myles Lee (left)  and chairman Nicky Hartery at the CRH agm, held in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, in May. The building materials group was down slightly yesterday by 0.03 per cent to €15.55. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

World equity markets and bonds gained yesterday, showing further signs of stabilising from a dramatic sell-off as investors’ view strengthened that ma(...)

Seán Quinn Snr with daughter in law Karen Wood and daughter Aoife. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An indication of the type of material that would emerge were a banking inquiry ever established is contained in an affidavit sworn earlier this year b(...)

A couple enters the Bank of Italy in Rome today. Photograph: Max Rossi/Reuters.

Italy’s treasury has denied its use of derivatives as a hedge on its huge debt pile posed any risk to public finances, following reports the country (...)

Oil prices have dropped more than $6 from last week’s high to yesterday’s three-week low. Photo: Bloomberg

Brent crude slipped below $101 a barrel this morning, as fears of a liquidity crunch in China and the US Federal Reserve’s plans to roll back its stim(...)

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