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The Dublin market followed other indices down on Friday with the Iseq closing 0.2 per cent lower at 8785.21

European stocks fell on Friday, capping their third straight week in the red as the basic resources sector was hit by declines in Anglo American, but(...)

Kerry Group was one of the main movers in Dublin on Tuesday

Europe’s benchmark stock index edged higher on Tuesday as stability in the bond market gave shares some breathing room, with major commodity-linked st(...)

Customers browse goods on display at a B&Q store. Photograph: Rupert Hartley/Bloomberg

Home improvement retailer Kingfisher reported a 15 per cent fall in half-year profits after a poor performance in France, but said it was on track to (...)

British prime minister Theresa May and chancellor Philip Hammond: UK is trying to forge a bespoke relationship with Brussels. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Economists have been baying for Brexit blood since the get-go. The fact that Britain’s departure from the European Union hasn’t brought about the pred(...)

 BDO said its monthly High Street Sales Tracker found overall UK like-for-like sales fell 2.2 per cent in February

Britain’s shops endured their worst fall in February sales since 2009, a survey showed on Friday, adding to evidence of a Brexit-related consumer slow(...)

Traders prepare for the initial public offering of Snap Inc, the parent company of Snapchat, at the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European markets plateaued on Thursday following a surge on the previous day as investors weighed the likelihood of a US interest rates rise. DUBLIN (...)

Flor Sylvester. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Flor Sylvester Arrived from Venezuela via Spain, 2008 Last September, Sylvester’s daughter began at a local Catholic primary school in north Dubl(...)

Building materials group CRH gained 1.54% to close at €24.685 on trades totalling more than 800,000 shares

Markets surged yesterday after European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi signalled that its stimulus programme would continue well into next (...)

Janet Yellen: US stocks fluctuated, after the benchmark index’s biggest two-day decline since June, as a report that  Ms Yellen was picked to lead the Federal Reserve offset concern that the debt impasse will harm the economy. Photograph: Reuters/Gary Cameron

Deadlock in Washington was the main topic on the floors of stock markets yesterday, prompting investors to mark time and wait to see what happens.The (...)