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Permanent TSB Group climbed 2.25%  to €2.50 in Dublin, making it the best performer amongst the banks

European shares rose as miners and banks gained ground on Tuesday, while solid updates from a number of companies lifted investors’ confidence. DUBLI(...)

Donald Trump: Questions over the US president’s ability to get legislators to support tax cuts weighed on markets on Tuesday. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Questions over US president Donald Trump’s ability to get legislators to support tax cuts weighed on markets on Tuesday. DUBLIN Newspaper group Inde(...)

US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen: Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB both performed well on news that she intended to stick with her plan to increase interest rates. Photograph: Yuri Gripas/Reuters

Good earnings reports and the prospect of a US interest rate rise boosted bank shares in Europe and aided markets generally. DUBLIN Bank of Ireland (...)

Paddy Power Betfair finished off a positive week with a 0.6% rise to €102.20

European shares edged higher on Friday, ending the week in positive territory thanks to corporate earnings and robust basic resources stocks, though (...)

Wall Street climbed higher on Friday, with the S&P 500 nearing its record high, fuelled by robust nonfarm payrolls data. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Stocks gained ground on Friday on the back of news that US employers hired 227,000 people last month, well ahead of the predicted 180,000. Dublin Ry(...)

US stocks slipped in light trading on Thursday ahead of the holiday season. Photograph: Andrew Kelly/Reuters

European stocks inched lower amid thin trading, with investors signalling reluctance to extend a rally as the last full trading week of 2016 unfolded.(...)

Ryanair climbed 1.62% to close at €11.32 on Tuesday.

European stocks fell yesterday but the London market performed well as investors seeking to counter sterling’s collapse bought into companies who do (...)

Miners led the European stock market higher as the Fed’s decision to keep rates unchanged pushed down the dollar on currency markets. Photograph: iStock

European shares climbed higher in early trading on Thursday, mirroring gains on Wall Street and Asia, after the US Federal Reserve left interest rates(...)

Federal Reserve chairwoman  Janet Yellen holds a news conference following the two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington. Photograph: Reuters

European shares hit a one-week high on Wednesday before the outcome of a Fed meeting, with banks rallying after a policy overhaul at the Bank of Japa(...)

Bank of Ireland was one of the worst performers on what was considered a quiet day. The lender tumbled 4.37% to close at 19.7 cent

European shares edged to an eight-month peak on Monday, aided by Swiss software maker Temenos and a rally in mining stocks. However, lenders suffered(...)

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