Adding Borsa Italiana will give Euronext about a quarter of all equity trading in Europe. Photograph: iStock

Euronext, the pan-European stock market operator, said on Wednesday evening it is on track to complete its acquisition of Borsa Italiana by June, as t(...)

Green hydrogen fuels are increasingly seen as part of the shift to a low-carbon economy. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), the investment arm of the UK insurance giant, has created the first exchange-traded fund (ETF), whic(...)

The LSE  will bank a significant profit on the €1.6 billion it paid in 2007 when buying Borsa. Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Euronext is to buy Borsa Italiana from London Stock Exchange for €4.3 billion in cash, the companies said on Friday, in a major expansion of the Frenc(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European equity markets closed lower on Friday, with travel and banking leading declines as a resurgence in coronavirus cases across the continent rek(...)

Greencoat Renewables shed 1.68 per cent of its value to close at €1.17. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

World stock markets rose yesterday on encouraging signs of progress in developing a Covid-19 vaccine, while several multibillion-dollar deals also hel(...)

Among gainers on the Iseq all-share index  were construction names such as insulation maker Kingspan and  Dublin-headquartered but London-listed Grafton Group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global markets edged higher on Friday as investors weighed better-than-expected corporate earnings and increased mergers and acquisitions activity in (...)

London Stock Exchange said total income from continuing operations rose to £414.6 million (€463 million) in the quarter ended September 30th from £349.4 million a year earlier. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

London Stock Exchange, which agreed to merge with German rival Deutsche Boerse to create a giant European trading house, reported a 19 per cent rise i(...)

London Stock Exchange Group, which is in talks to merge with Deutsche Boerse to create a pan-European trading house, reported a 31 per cent rise in fu(...)

Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi and president of Ferrari Sergio Marchionne, hold a F1 car model at the stock exchange as the Ferrari luxury carmaker made its Milan stock market debut, in Milan, Italy, on Monday, January 4th. Photograph: Daniel Dal Zennaro/Ansa Via AP
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Image of the week: Ministerial car So is this where the profits go? Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi (left) does a decent job of looking interes(...)