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Bank of Ireland was described by one trader as the “standout” performer, finishing the day up 6.6%

Global stock markets rallied and China’s yuan posted its biggest gain since December on Monday as investors bet the Chinese economy would boost global(...)

Owner Dannielle Downes at the Foxy Chopper hair salon in Waterford city: “The world is slightly different. It’s a new era.” Photograph: Patrick Browne

Dannielle Downes has thought of almost everything ahead of the reopening of Foxy Chopper hair salon on Gladstone Street in Waterford. A dedicated hand(...)

Sainsbury’s supermarket in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England.

For an industry known for wafer-thin margins and cut-throat competition, UK food retail has benefited from a tide of good news in recent weeks. Indus(...)

Dunnes Stores Cornelscourt: The new  system went live on Tuesday and has already ‘been receiving orders’. Photograph: Google Street View

Dunnes Stores appears to be making its first, tentative steps into grocery delivery having developed an app to do just that from one of its flagship D(...)

Shoppers spent an extra €628.7m on groceries in the 12 weeks to June 14th than in the same period last year

The habit of stockpiling groceries doesn’t appear to have fallen away with Irish shoppers spending almost 25 per cent more in the 12 weeks to June 14t(...)

A range of essential items  will be available for delivery from two Aldi stores in as little as 30 minutes.

Supermarket chain Aldi is partnering with food delivery service Deliveroo to trial home grocery deliveries for customers in Dublin. Under the trial, (...)

The Iseq All-Share index closed marginally lower on Friday as stocks most exposed to the outcome of government formation dragged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European stocks closed lower on Friday as losses on Wall Street following a surge in US coronavirus cases added to worries over the pace of the global(...)

Tesco said growth in its Irish convenience stores amounted to 11.8 per cent.

A significant boom in online sales among Irish customers helped drive Tesco sales in Britain and Ireland up 9.2 per cent in the first quarter of its f(...)

Martina Malone: "I am LGBT+ in work. It’s who I am. It makes sense to be out and to be yourself."

Martina Malone, senior staff officer, Dublin City Council It’s not always easy being an LGBTQ+ person. At least it is not easy being out in work. I b(...)

Customers queue to enter the Ikea outlet in Ballymun, Dublin, on its reopening after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

The immediate human and public-health cost of the Covid-19 outbreak will pass but will leave behind a fundamental long-term change in customer behavi(...)

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