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US president Donald Trump talks to reporters at the US Capitol after attending the Senate Republicans weekly policy luncheon. Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)

World finance leaders tried to lift confidence with emergency measures to pour cash into panic-stricken markets on Thursday, as investors everywhere d(...)

Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit parked at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington. Photograph: Gary  He/EPA

Boeing’s decision to temporarily halt production of its grounded 737 Max aircraft will slow growth but not necessarily hit profits at airlines that ar(...)

Faberge 1885 sapphire and diamond brooch €1,200–€1,800

Throughout history, sapphires have been revered for their beauty, strength and durability, and their perceived powers of wellness and protection. In (...)

‘Younger generations are saying they are interested in certain causes and will select employers based on what they are doing on them.’ Photograph: iStock

JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon and dozens of other leaders at some of the world’s largest companies last month said they plan to abandon the lo(...)

Paul Coulson (second from left), chairman of Ardagh Group, rings the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange in 2017 alongside John Tuttle, global head of listings at the NYSE, Ian Curley, CEO of Ardagh Group, and John Sheehan, director of investor relations of Ardagh Group

Financier Paul Coulson’s voracious appetite for deals over the past two decades, building his Ardagh Group into an international glass and metal conta(...)

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AMS, which supplies Apple with sensors for its Face ID technology, disappointed investors with a 58 percent decline in fourth quarter core profit, its(...)

Michael D’Arcy, Minister for Financial Services and Insurance and Jane Howard, CEO, Ulster Bank. Photograph:  Paul Sherwood

Financial firms fleeing Brexit cannot expect the Central Bank to do them any favours to fast-track approval to operate in Ireland, Minister of State f(...)

The Central Bank’s Michael Hodson addressing the conference on Thursday. Photograph: Paul Sherwood.

The Central Bank has warned overseas financial companies that it will not provide an “insurance policy” for inadequate planning for Brexit and drop st(...)

Smurfit Kappa fell back more than 2 per cent to €35.86, coming off the record highs on Monday in the midst of the pursuit of the company by US giant International Paper.

European shares fell for a second day on Tuesday on fears a new election in Italy – which could become a proxy referendum on its euro membership – mig(...)

NTMA chief executive Conor O’Kelly: Citigroup, Danske Bank, Davy in Dublin, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Nomura managed the latest bond sale on behalf of the NTMA. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Republic sold €4 billion of bonds on Wednesday, as it sought to get ahead of an expected rush of debt issuance by other European countries in the (...)

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