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 DAX  stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany: Fashion brand Hermes, drinks-maker Campari and sportswear company Adidas all touched  record highs on Tuesday. Photograph: Reuters

Healthcare and consumer stocks helped boost European markets yesterday, leaving some commentators speculating that low interest rates were encouragin(...)

Ryanair closed down almost 2.5 per cent at €11.55. Photograph: Eric Luke

European shares ended a four- day winning streak yesterday, with battered banking stocks offsetting gains among mining shares boosted by higher metal(...)

Among companies seen with most to gain from the UK remaining in the EU, Kingspan gained 1.8 per cent to €24.85

European stocks pared gains in the final minutes of trading yesterday as a fresh poll dampened investor optimism that the UK will vote to stay in the(...)

The Iseq  closed up 4.5 per cent or 2.72.43 points higher to 6,263.94, with Ryanair jumping 5 per cent to €13.52. Photograph:  Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images

Top European shares indexes posted their biggest rallies since August yesterday, led by heavyweight banking stocks, as weekend opinion polls boosted (...)

EasyJet: airlines were experiencing a bumpy ride after the low-cost carrier saw its load factor fall back in May. Photograph: Bernd Settnik/EPA

With Dublin closed for a public holiday, it was left to the other European markets to react to the recent opinion polls showing a lead for Brexit camp(...)

Production at the Diavik diamond mine, owned by Rio Tinto, in the North Slave Region of Canada. In London, shares in Rio Tinto, Antofagasta and Anglo American fell between 1.3 and 3.8 per cent. Photograph: Ben Nelms/Bloomberg

Two polls showing a shift in public opinion towards the UK leaving the EU spooked the markets on Wednesday. The results of the polls, carried out by (...)

Ryanair was among the most actively traded, falling more than 1 per cent to €13.06. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

European shares rose on Tuesday, following a somewhat choppy session, as an advance by oil and mining companies offset weakness in some banking stocks(...)

German factory orders fell unexpectedly by 1.2 per cent month-on-month in February, a sign that a global slowdown is weighing on the economy. Photograph: iStockPhoto

European stocks fell on Tuesday to their lowest level in over a month as weaker-than-expected German economic data ignited investor concerns about th(...)

The oil and gas sector extended its gains, rising 2.8 per cent overall as shares in Royal Dutch Shell and BP rallied, helped by a rise in oil prices.

European shares rose as a surge in oil helped offset sliding banks, while investors speculated on the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting. The Is(...)

 Andrew Keating, chief finance officer, and Richie Boucher, chief executive of Bank of Ireland: the bank stocks rose over 5 per cent to €0.26 after it reported an underlying pre-tax profit of €1.2 billion for 2015, an increase of 30 per cent on the previous year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Global stocks rallied on Monday, boosted by a rise in oil and commodity prices, while the euro and the pound fell sharply against the dollar on fears (...)

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