Energy stocks galvanised by an Opec agreement on a modest increase in oil production helped drive a bounce in European shares. Photograph: Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters

Better-than-expected euro zone economic data and energy stocks galvanised by an Opec agreement on a modest increase in oil production helped drive a b(...)

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares were back in the red on Thursday after a modest rebound on Wednesday. Italian stocks were weak following the appointment of euroscepti(...)

Traders  in the  NYSE as markets react to worries of a trade war between the US and China. Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

European shares climbed on Wednesday but the modest rebound failed to erase the previous session’s losses as investors’ fears about an ongoing trade d(...)

Bucking the trend, Bank of Ireland rallied 0.6 per cent to €6.70 following four days of losses, helped by an upgrade from Bank of America Merrill Lynch to “buy”

European shares fell on Monday as concern grew over the escalating protectionist standoff between China and the US, with CRH and Ryanair among heavywe(...)

Made in China. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

European and US stocks fell and bonds surged as US president Donald Trump moved his country closer to a trade war with China, while investors also wei(...)

Irish Continental Group fell almost 2 per cent to €5.53 after Irish Ferries, which it owns, cancelled more summer bookings after delivery of its new “WB Yeats” ferry was delayed

European stocks fell slightly on Tuesday, pulled down by commodities stocks, but retailers gained after Carrefour announced an online shopping partner(...)

US stocks rose after the latest monthly jobs report pointed to strength in the world’s largest economy. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares breathed a sigh of relief on Friday, with Italian stocks supported after a deal to form a coalition government there ended three month(...)

Potential political turmoil in Spain and Italy rocked Europe’s markets

Borrowing costs and rising oil prices dampened any gains on the European and US markets in the final session of the week. The Iseq index closed margin(...)

The New York Stock Exchange  on Wednesday:  US stocks fell after president Donald Trump signalled a new direction for US-China trade talks. Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters

Global stocks sold off while investors raced for the safety of the Japanese yen and some government bonds on Wednesday as concerns rose that setbacks (...)

Ryanair was ahead 2.6 per cent to €16.70, a day after its annual results. An analyst note on Tuesday speculated on the possibility of further share buybacks. File photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters

European shares touched their highest level since the start of February on Tuesday as car makers and bank stocks climbed and Italian shares recovered.(...)

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