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Ryanair one of Iseq’s best performers climbing 1.07% to close at €6.80. Photograph: Ian Waldie/Getty Images

Shares in Ireland and across Europe were little changed yesterday following their drubbing earlier in the week, as banks rallied but telecommunication(...)

Swiss bank UBS beats estimates. Photograph: Michael Buholzer/Reuters

UBS raised its bonus pool by 28 per cent after its fourth-quarter results comfortably exceeded expectations, bringing down the curtain on what the Swi(...)

European stocks dropped for a third day, extending a rout that has wiped about $2.9 trillion from global equities this year. Photo: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

World shares slumped to near a four-month low today as signs of a slowdown in the US economy aggravated the anxiety caused by a sell-off in emerging m(...)

A customer carries a T-Mobile US shopping bag after leaving a retail store in Torrance, California. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

The US economy expanded at a 3.2 per cent pace in the fourth quarter as Americans’ spending climbed the most in three years.The growth in gross domest(...)

 On Irish market Ryanair was the main mover, closing up just under 2 per cent at €6.878. The airline announced yesterday that it has bought back 175,000 of its own shares as part of its buyback programme. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks were little changed, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index at a six-year high, as a rally in ASML Holding offset a decline in ABB. The Stoxx(...)

 UBS bank chariman Axel Weber arrives for a panel session on the first day of the 44th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Photograph: Laurent Gillieron/EPA

The European Central Bank’s review of the region’s lenders may reignite concerns about banks later this year as some companies will probably fail the (...)

JPMorgan had been discussing an overseas listing with privately-owned Tianhe since at least 2011

JPMorgan Chase has stopped working on a Chinese firm’s initial public offering (IPO) amid an investigation by US authorities into the bank’s hiring pr(...)

Shopping trolleys at a Sainsbury’s supermarket at Pulborough, southern England, this month. J Sainsbury reported its “best Christmas ever” this year

Markets fought back in the wake of steep falls on Wall Street overnight as positive updates on UK inflation and better-than-expected euro zone industr(...)

RSA, Dundrum: A report says that the insurer’s Irish unit may require no further capital injections.

RSA Insurance rose by its highest rate in almost five years in London trading after a report that the insurer’s Irish unit may require no further capi(...)

A man walks past Deutsche Bank offices in London. The bank says: ‘the best moments to buy equities are when credit growth is negative and the credit impulse has the potential to turn positive and this is where we are in Europe.’  Photograph: Luke MacGregor

“You’ve got to earn, baby, earn.” Japanese bank Nomura’s recent prediction that the global financial crisis is over may not be shared by all, but i(...)

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