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A semi-deserted Pariser Platz with the Brandenburg Gate in the background in Berlin. Germany’s Dax was flat after Chancellor Angela Merkel decided to extend a lockdown until April 18th and called on citizens to stay at home for five days over the Easter holidays. Photograph: Filip Singer/EPA

European stocks eased from a one-year peak on Tuesday, as a new wave of coronavirus infection and a fresh lockdown in Germany raised fears of a slow e(...)

In Dublin, the Iseq index of leading shares was down 1 per cent in early trading to 7417.09

European stocks slipped on Tuesday as losses in defensive sectors offset gains in oil and retail stocks, while investors looked past a new national l(...)

  Screens display the evolution of Spanish stock index IBEX 35 at the Madrid Stock Exchange, in Madrid, Spain, 03 December 2020. Photograph: EPA/Vega Alonso

Oil stocks lifted European shares on Friday, with London’s blue-chip index hitting nine-month highs, while signs of progress in fiscal stimulus in the(...)

German shares jumped 1.3 per cent, with exchange operator Deutsche Börse revealing that the blue-chip index would expand to 40 from the current 30 companies with tougher membership criteria. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

European shares ended higher on Tuesday, as the potential easing of lockdowns in France combined with optimism around the deployment of a coronavirus (...)

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq scaled new highs on Monday as a gain in Apple shares and US approval for the emergency use of blood plasma in Covid-19 patients lifted treatment hopes and spurred bets of a quicker economic recovery. File photograph: Richard Drew/AP

European stocks marked their best day in nearly two weeks on Monday as signs of progress in developing a Covid-19 treatment offset fears about a resur(...)

Group like-for-like sales were strong in the year to June 14th, with an increase in the delivery order count and growth in items per order. Photograph: iStock

Domino’s Pizza Group on Wednesday said core earnings for the first half would be lower than last year, dragged down by weak results from its Irish ope(...)

A trader at  New York Stock Exchange.  The benchmark S&P 500 swung into positive territory after falling as much as 3.3%  earlier in the session. Photograph: Getty Images

European shares ended higher on Thursday after more emergency stimulus from the Bank of England, although questions remained over whether it would suf(...)

A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP via Getty

Banking stocks stood out as the worst performers on the Iseq on Monday as stocks globally plunged amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus and(...)

In Court 17 of the Criminal Courts of Justice, the rape victim was subjected to abuse from relatives of the defendants after they were sentenced. Photograph:   Front Exterior

The commotion in Court 17 of the Criminal Courts of Justice seemed to end as soon as it began. There was no reaction from the men themselves when Ms (...)

Ryanair moved 1 per cent lower to €14.45, as investors digested news that the High Court in Dublin had rejected the carrier’s attempt to prevent operations chief Peter Bellew from joining rival EasyJet in January.

European shares dipped slightly on Monday amid thin volumes as traders adopted more cautious positions in the run-up to the Christmas break following (...)

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