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Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank argued last week that it’s still too early to unwind stimulus, saying “we’re not there yet”. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

The euro-area economy finished off last year with another quarter of robust growth, and confidence among businesses and households suggests there’s no(...)

Gary McGann, chairman of Aryzta, and Kevin Toland, chief executive. Photograph: Alan Betson

A number of leading food analysts have downgraded Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta as shares in the company fell for a second day in a row, wiping almost(...)

Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the government splurges on higher public-sector salaries and cuts taxes, Romania’s wealth – calculated as citizens’ net assets as a share of disposable income – remains about the same as it was five years ago.

The benefits of living in the Europe Union’s fastest-growing economy may not endure for Romanians. Despite gross domestic product rocketing as the g(...)

The performance German economy is helping to boost the euro’s position. Reuters

The euro gained against sterling and stayed strong against the dollar on Wednesday as investors grew optimistic about the single currency’s outlook wi(...)

The pound fell below its 100-day moving average – a key technical level – and was trading nearly one percent down at $1.3072.

Sterling fell by nearly one per cent on Monday, buffeted by political headwinds that put it on course for its biggest daily loss in more than 10 days.(...)

Apple hit a record high on Friday on strong demand for its iPhone X handsets. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

The standout European market news on the last day of the trading week was the FTSE reaching an all-time high following Thursday’s bank of England inte(...)

The five-year bonds issued by the NTMA were priced to carry a yield of -0.008 per cent. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Republic will pay less than a zero per cent rate on €4 billion of bonds it sold on Wednesday to help refinance the country’s remaining Internation(...)

Office space is on the second floor of 5 George’s Dock

Fully fitted office space in Dublin’s IFSC is available to let by way of sublease for six years at a rent of €511.30 per sq m (€47.50 per sq ft) throu(...)

Vivendi, which delivered an update, lifted markets.   Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

European shares started September on a firm footing after three months of losses as industrials rose and an update from Vivendi boosted media stocks. (...)

Bank of Ireland at College Green, Dublin. The bank’s shares  shed 1.44%  to end the day at €6.99

European shares fell on Monday as US and South Korean military manoeuvres left investors nervous about continuing geopolitical tensions. However, deal(...)

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