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The Bank of Ireland at College Green, Dublin:  Trading volumes on Dublin market were relatively low outside of the bank  which put in a “stellar performance,” according to one analyst.  It closed up 6.23 per cent with 57 million shares traded. Dealers said investors are looking at the bank with a fresh pair of eyes, and considering them on an earnings basis rather than on price to book. Photograph: Alan Betson

European shares fell back into negative territory yesterday, having briefly flourished on Tuesday. Following the largest three-day slump in seven mont(...)

The building materials giant gained 3.5 per cent to close at €19.57. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks advanced, following their largest three-day slump in seven months, as mining companies climbed and banks rebounded from a three-week l(...)

 Wolseley’s strong performance boosted CRH, whose shares added 1.78 per cent to end  at €17.97

European stocks rebounded yesterday as investors decided that the US government shutdown is unlikely to make a fundamental difference to growth.Shares(...)

Ray Curran, pictured at a European Finance Convention in 1996.

The death has taken place of businessman Ray Curran, who was a senior figure with the Smurfit group for more than 20 years and was more recently invol(...)

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