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Wall Street’s main indexes rose on hopes of more federal fiscal aid and growing expectations of a Democratic victory in next month’s presidential election. Photograph: Getty

European stocks posted a second consecutive week of gains on Friday as bumper forecasts from some companies set a brighter tone for the earnings seaso(...)

Bank of Ireland was 2.2 per cent lower, while AIB lost 1.4 per cent. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

A jump in oil and tobacco shares helped European stocks close higher on Tuesday, with the main indexes partially recovering from a sell-off triggered (...)

Total sales for Whitbread’s UK and global businesses fell 76.8% for the six months ended August 27th, as the company dealt with hotel and restaurant closures due to coronavirus curbs. File photograph: Getty

Premier Inn owner Whitbread said on Tuesday it could cut up to 6,000 jobs in its hotel and restaurant business as it expects demand to remain at lower(...)

European Commissioner for the Economy Paolo Gentiloni. The commission warned that that economic output in the euro zone could slump by 8.7 per cent this year. Photograph: Virginia Mayo/EPA

European stocks were lower on Tuesday, although the Iesq outperformed, after Germany posted weaker than expected industrial data and the European Comm(...)

Wall Street rose     after a record-setting increase in monthly US jobs pointed to a rebound in business activity following the easing of coronavirus-led lockdowns. Photograph:   Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images

Growing coronavirus vaccine hopes and positive jobs news from the US boosted markets on Thursday. DUBLIN Ryanair climbed 2.86 per cent to €10.97 on (...)

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange in March. ‘The biggest threat to the US market this year is actually the potential for ignition of the tariff war between the US and China,’ said Kristina Hooper, chief global market strategist at Invesco. Photograph: Bryan R Smith/AFP via Getty Images

European shares fell on Thursday, as signs of worsening US-China relations added to concerns over the pace of recovery from the coronavirus-led econom(...)

A computer-generated image of the hotel proposal for Usher’s Quay in the capital.

Premier Inn owner Whitbread has entered into an agreement to lease a 106-bedroom hotel from its development partners Warren Private and the Greenleaf (...)

Global stocks rallied on Friday on hopes of a potential drug to treat Covid-19. Photograph: Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images

Global stocks rallied on Friday on US president Donald Trump’s plans to revive the coronavirus-hit US economy, and hopes of a potential drug to treat (...)

A bed at a Premier Inn hotel in Liverpool. Photograph: REUTERS/Darren Staples/File

Dublin City Council has given approval for a revised, expanded plan for a new hotel in Dublin city centre, despite an objection by gym owner Ben Dunne(...)

Premier Inn owner, Whitbread, hass announced plans for a fifth hotel in Dublin in the Distillery Quarter.

Plans by Premier Inn owner, Whitbread, to open more than 2,500 hotel rooms in Ireland have stepped up a gear with the announcement of its fifth site i(...)

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