Volkswagen: lost 1 per cent or more as a strengthening euro dragged on exporters. The World Bank late on Wednesday cut its outlook for global growth and said downside risks had become more pronounced since the start of the year. Photograph:  Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European stocks declined on Wednesday, breaking their biggest back-to-back gains in two weeks, as banks and carmakers fell. Investors held off as the (...)

Ingredients and convenience food group Kerry climbed 1.67 per cent to close at €67.50

European stocks declined yesterday, breaking a five-day advance, as banks slid. DUBLIN Permanent TSB’s announcement that it is planning to seek a pri(...)

 On Irish market Ryanair was the main mover, closing up just under 2 per cent at €6.878. The airline announced yesterday that it has bought back 175,000 of its own shares as part of its buyback programme. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks were little changed, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index at a six-year high, as a rally in ASML Holding offset a decline in ABB. The Stoxx(...)