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Shares in Facebook rose 1.4% ahead of results, which are due after the US markets close on Wednesday. Photograph: Christophe Simon/AFP via Getty

European stocks ended flat on Wednesday as optimism over a swathe of positive bank earnings was offset by caution setting in before the US Federal Res(...)

Jersey Reds and Nottingham will be the first English rugby teams to play in front of supporters this year when they meet at Stade Santander International Stadium on Saturday.

Irish business Future Ticketing will help open the stadium doors to more than 1,000 rugby fans for the first time on Saturday when Jersey Reds clash w(...)

The joint venture comprises of 12 banks, IBM and now CRIF

We.trade, a Dublin-headquartered blockchain banking consortium whose members includes HSBC, Santander, KBC and Deutsche Bank, has raised €5.5 million.(...)

 The City of London. Trading in equities such as Santander, Deutsche Bank and Total moved to EU marketplaces or back to primary exchanges such as the Madrid, Frankfurt and Paris bourses.

London’s financial sector started to feel the full effects of Brexit on Monday, the first trading day of 2021, as nearly €6 billion of EU share dealin(...)

Shares in CaixaBank and Bankia rose sharply on Friday after the two Spanish lenders confirmed they were in talks about a potential merger. Photograph: Lluis Gene / AFP via Getty Images

Shares in CaixaBank and Bankia rose sharply on Friday after the two Spanish lenders confirmed they were in talks about a potential merger, a tie-up th(...)

Paschal Donohoe: ‘Much of the criticism levied at Ireland has been given a very comprehensive answer today.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said Wednesday’s ruling that Apple does not owe Ireland €13 billion in unpaid taxes should lead critics of th(...)

Shares in Santander rose 0.5 per cent, outperforming Spain’s Ibex-35 index, which was down 0.3 per cent.

Banking giant Santander’s quarterly net profit dived by 82 per cent as it set aside €1.6 billion to cover expected loan losses caused by the Covid-19 (...)

As chief executives take tough decisions about the salaries, jobs, and future of their staff, many are recognising that, at the very least, they too should be seen to suffer. Photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

For decades, chief executives seemed to be paid according to two rules of thumb. First, they deserved to earn more than the average business leader. S(...)

An ATM in Valencia, Spain, displays a #StayAtHome message. Much now depends on banks’ ability to withstand coronavirus and its aftershocks. Photograph: EPA

On the day that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, the front page of the Financial Times carried a photograph of John Thain, the (...)

Food companies were out of sorts, with Glanbia off 0.7 per cent, Kerry Group down 0.3 per cent and Total Produce lost 0.7 per cent.

European shares rose on Wednesday to continue to recover from a steep sell-off earlier in the week, as investors continued to brush off concerns – for(...)

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