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Kerry Group chief executive Edmond Scanlon: the agribusiness group scored just 18.4 out of 100 on the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark. Photograph:  Colm Mahady / Fennells

Irish food giant Kerry has been rapped on the knuckles for failing to identify and address human rights issues across its supply chains. The company(...)

On Monday the FTSE 100 ended down 0.8 per cent on its third session in the red, after rising by the same level earlier in the day. Photograph:  Daniel Sorabji/AFP via Getty Images

European shares posted their biggest daily drop in two months on Monday, with most major markets including Germany and France slumping more than 2 per(...)

In New York, the tech-heavy Nasdaq hit a record high for the first time since July, while the benchmark S&P 500 notched its fourth record high this week. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares clocked their best day in more than a week on Friday, as upbeat jobs data from the United States and a surprise bounce in Chinese manu(...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson told Conservative MPs that his government is nearing an accord with the EU.

Irish shares and the wider European equities market dipped on Wednesday as investors adopted a more cautious stance ahead of a bulletin on the much so(...)

Bank of Ireland dropped 0.3 per cent to €4.33.

European stocks held steady as weak business growth data sparked hopes of fresh monetary stimulus, while sentiment was buoyed by signs of progress in (...)

Shares in Nike jumped 7.85 per cent after the company’s quarterly results beat Wall Street estimates. Photograph: Getty

Pressure eased on markets on Friday with stocks edging up following a tough week. Irish-based Perrigo took a hammering as it emerged that the Revenue (...)

Shares recovered from the latest Brexit shock on Tuesday, aided by hopes that the US and China could strike a deal, avoiding a trade war

Shares recovered from the latest Brexit shock on Tuesday, aided by hopes that the United States and China could strike a deal, avoiding a trade war. (...)

Kerry Group ended the day up more than 3.5 per cent at €93.65.

European shares dipped on Friday as traders held their breath over the draft Brexit deal hammered out with Britain and Italy’s budget showdown with th(...)

Debenhams shares sank 21 per cent in London, their biggest ever one-day fall, after a Drapers report said some high street suppliers have stopped working with the department store chain.

Dublin’s Iseq, one of the laggards across European stock market indices in 2018, stood out as a rare bright spot on Wednesday amid hopes that British (...)

US stock indexes dived about 1% on Wednesday. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

On Wednesday European shares had their worst day since June as concerns around rising debt yields gripped equity markets worldwide, while tech stocks (...)

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