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Traders work at the Closing Bell after the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 22,000 last week. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

The Dow edged up to its ninth record closing high in a row while the S&P ended slightly higher on Monday, with consumer and technology sector gain(...)

Madrid’s Stock Exchange, August 7th, 2017. Photograph: epa

European markets were more or less steady on Monday following Friday’s surge. Strong performances from miners boosted London’s blue chip index DUBLIN(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. Greencore saw as much as £130 million (€152.4 million) knocked off its market valuation on Tuesday.

Greencore saw as much as £130 million (€152.4 million) knocked off its market valuation on Tuesday as its biggest customer, Tyson Foods, agreed to bu(...)

Commodity-driven stocks were some of the worst-performers on the blue chip index after China’s premier Li Keqiang said the country was aiming to expand its economy by 6.5 per cent. Photograph: Guang Niu/Getty Images

News of the €12.7 billion Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life merger failed to lift European markets, which fell back slightly on poor perform(...)

Tiffany fell 2.8 per cent on Monday as  its chief executive had stepped down after what the company called disappointing financial results. Photograph: Craig Warga/Bloomberg

European stocks drifted lower on Monday as investors turned cautious on the region’s assets including bonds and the euro as their focus shifted to po(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Rallies in oil and commodities boosted markets on Monday but investors remained cautious about the possible impact of the looming Italian constitution(...)

There’s no sign of Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney losing his appetite for the job. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Imperial Holly are two words that would send a shiver down the spine of Greencore shareholders of a certain age. It represented a disastrous foray i(...)

An electronic ticker tape inside the London Stock Exchange. The FTSE 100 index was up 0.6 per cent at 7,044.39 at its close on Friday, led by mining companies and Asia-exposed banks Standard Chartered and HSBC

Irish shares stood out as a weak spot across Europe on Friday, falling at their fastest pace in more than three months as a plunge in sterling prompte(...)

A new report claims workers in plants run by the largest US poultry producers are regularly being denied bathroom breaks. File photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg News

Workers in plants run by the largest US poultry producers are regularly being denied bathroom breaks and as a result some are reduced to wearing diape(...)

Manufacturing output in Germany and the euro zone increased by more than initially estimated, appearing to suggest the crisis in Greece had not been a setback for growth. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

European stocks made gains as improved earnings reports and a positive reception for fresh economic data outweighed the impact of record losses in Gr(...)

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