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Iseq heavyweight CRH was down 0.73 per cent at ¤16.405. However the group outperformed its peers

European stocks plunged yesterday as the US Federal Reserve signalled it will scale back its stimulus if the US e(...)

DUBLIN The Iseq index was virtually unchanged from the previous day’s trading. Bank of Ireland jumped 5.4 per cent to €0.19 cent. Glanbia(...)

Stocks in Europe declined from their highest level in almost five years before Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S Bernanke testifies on the outlook for the world’s biggest economy.

Stocks in Europe declined from their highest level in almost five years before Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S Bernanke testifies on the outlook(...)

A screen displays a recent  Dow Jones Industrial Average. For the last 18 Tuesdays, the average has risen every time

Proinsias O’Mahony THE five-year US bull market is gathering momentum. It’s now over six months since the S&P 500 pulled back by 5 pe(...)

The World Economic Forum in Davos - the planet’s most self-satisfied event. Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann

I have just received an invitation to Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women meeting, to be held next month at Claridge’s Hotel in London. I ho(...)

Better than expected earnings results saw markets across the globe advance yesterday

Better than expected earnings results saw markets across the globe advance yesterday, bringing the Irish market with them. (...)

Christopher Flowers: Ulster Bank, with assets of €54.8 billion, would seem to be in his range. Photograph: Daniel Barry/Bloomberg

Christopher Flowers’s interest in Ireland remains undiminished despite having lost out in the bidding for Irish Life last year and been rebuffe(...)

Colm Kelleher: credited with being part of the team that saved Morgan Stanley during the global financial crisis. Photograph: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

The Irish-born head of Morgan Stanley’s investment banking division Colm Kelleher rec(...)

Dell’s largest independent shareholder, Southeastern Asset Management, has told the computer maker that a $24.4 billion buyout bid undervalues it, adding to a chorus of investor dissatisfaction with the landmark deal to take it private.

Michael Dell has said he is willing to “explore in good faith” the possibility of working with Blackstone or Carl Icahn, which(...)

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