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US-China trade tensions were judged to have eased on Friday. Photograph: Reuters

European shares climbed to their highest level in six weeks as US-China trade tensions eased. DUBLIN Ryanair attracted a lot of attention after the (...)

Texas, the state synonymous with oil and gas, has become the leading supplier of wind energy in the United States.

Ignore the vapid efforts by the US administration to resurrect antiquated energy industries like coal. Economies of scale have provided wind and solar(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

Worries about US bond markets signalling an impending recession, and a still rumbling trade war between the world’s top two economies, saw European sh(...)

Oil prices fell to their lowest level in more than a year on Friday. Photograph: Getty

European shares closed the day higher in choppy trading on Friday but notched up their second straight week of losses as concerns about slowing global(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Victor J Blue/Bloomberg

European stocks ended a choppy trading session broadly flat on Friday but managed to eke out a weekly gain despite mixed third-quarter earnings and as(...)

The UK’s top share index held its ground as investors assess  Theresa May’s ability to deliver a smooth exit from the EU.

Political bickering failed to impact most markets on Tuesday, although the Republic’s Iseq overall index dropped as its peers advanced. The UK’s top (...)

Providence  chief executive Tony O’Reilly jnr: noted  Exxon Mobil estimated that 1.5 billion barrels of oil, worth $114 billion could be recovered. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Global interest is growing in an area off the southwest coast that one multinational estimates could hold more than $100 billion worth of oil, shareho(...)

Britain’s blue chip FTSE 100 index closed down 0.11 per cent . A number of big, earnings-driven falls weighed on the blue chips

European shares ended Friday in positive territory after a choppy session, posting a slim weekly gain as investors digested disappointing company resu(...)

About half of Williams Industrial Services’s sales were to markets outside of the North, chiefly Britain and the Republic

The collapse of a major engineering firm and a decision by one of the North’s largest inward investors to shut its plant is likely to deal Co Antrim a(...)

 C-Series wing in the Bombardier factory in Belfast: Davy Thompson, Unite regional co-ordinating officer, said the latest planned redundancies underline its concerns the Airbus deal with Bombardier has not delivered any long-term security. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne

Bombardier is to axe a further 280 jobs at its Northern Ireland operations as union leaders warn the “threat” to its Belfast site has not disappeared (...)

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