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Banking did more than any other industry to undermine the economic prospects of Ireland’s ‘Crash Kids’. Photograph: Bettmann

Ten years after the Irish banks ran out of money, threatening national bankruptcy and a massive bank run that would have wiped out the savings of the (...)

Shares of Italy’s Atlantia, which owns Autostrade, fell 5.4%  after a large section of the Morandi viaduct upon which the A10 motorway runs collapsed in Genoa. At least 22 people are believed to have died. Photograph: Flavio Lo Scalzo/EPA

World share markets rebounded on Tuesday as Turkey’s lira pulled out of a recent nosedive, and reassuring data from Germany helped offset the latest w(...)

The Turkish currency crisis continued to shake global markets, with stock indexes declining from Asia to Europe. Photograph: Murad Sezer/Reuters

Global bank stocks suffered as the Turkish lira crisis shook investor confidence in lenders exposed to the country while, in the US, Apple and Amazon (...)

Sports Direct’s shares were down 0.7 per cent after the British sportswear retailer snapped up House of Fraser for £90 million

European shares fell on Friday as a dramatic fall in the Turkish lira jolted markets, with banks such as Spain’s BBVA and Italy’s UniCredit hit by wor(...)

Facebook is reportedly trying to get financial institutions in the US to pass on detailed financial knowledge about how customers spend their money.

Would you trust Facebook with your bank details? Chances are that after the recent revelations about how the social media giant gave away personal inf(...)

Procter & Gamble’s net sales rose 2.6 per cent to $16.50 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter. Analysts had forecast sales of $16.54 billion. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Procter & Gamble’s fiscal fourth-quarter sales fell below Wall Street estimates on Tuesday, hurt by lower pricing and weak demand at its units tha(...)

Volkswagen investors stepped up their criticism of the carmaker’s efforts to clean itself up in the wake of the emissions scandal and the recent arrest of the head of its Audi unit

Last week, Volkswagen investors stepped up their criticism of the carmaker’s efforts to clean itself up in the wake of the emissions scandal and the r(...)

The UK’s top share index held its ground as investors assess  Theresa May’s ability to deliver a smooth exit from the EU.

Political bickering failed to impact most markets on Tuesday, although the Republic’s Iseq overall index dropped as its peers advanced. The UK’s top (...)

Twitter stock fell after the Washington Post reported that the social media company suspended over 70m fake accounts in May and June. Photograph:Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European shares advanced on Monday as investors looked beyond the growing US-China trade dispute and political turmoil in the UK. Despite British pri(...)

 Last month Norwegian Air  stock took an upward jolt amidst speculation it may be acquired by Lufthansa. Photograph: Getty Images

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (June); new vehicles licensed (June); German exports and imports (May). TUESDAY Results: PepsiCo. Ind(...)

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