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A Tullow Oil drilling site in Kenya. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters

European shares fell on Monday after weaker-than-expected growth data from China hit luxury stocks, while a relentless surge in commodity prices fuell(...)

Airline and cruise liner stocks performed strongly as US announced date for reopening borders. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/

Positive earnings news boosted European shares on Friday, lifting markets to their best weekly performance in seven months and easing investors’ infl(...)

One Pico is a stalwart of Dublin’s fine-dining scene. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The home of renowned Dublin restaurant One Pico has come back on the market at a lower asking price of €1.5 million, ahead of an auction next week. T(...)

The Federal Reserve building, Washington. The Fed is likely to begin tapering its $120 billion monthly bond-buying programme later this year. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

Recent market turmoil has investors asking: is the Tina trade – There Is No Alternative to stocks in a low-rate world – in trouble? The question was(...)

Previously profitable tech stocks suffered badly last week as bond yields spiked. Photograph: iStock

Investors have a second chance to rotate into global value stocks, according to a recent note co-authored by Research Affiliates founder Rob Arnott. (...)

In Asia, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng share index dropped 2.3 per cent, dragged down by worries about a slowdown in China’s all-important property sector amid a debt crisis at major homebuilder Evergrande.

European equities and Wall Street stock futures started Monday in the red after turbulent trading last week, as traders fretted about stagflation and (...)

Techstars chief executive Maëlle Gavet: “The strong growth of the Irish start-up ecosystem . . . alongside the long-standing presence of the leading global tech firms in Ireland make Dublin an attractive talent hub for Techstars.”

Techstars is coming to Dublin. The organisation that runs accelerators and provides funding and mentoring to start-ups across the world is to run a ne(...)

Revolut started off as a money-transfer service and has ambitions to become a “super app” for banking and trading products. Photograph: iStock

Revolut’s hard-charging boss Nikolay Storonsky has his eyes on the booming “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) industry as he plans to compete with Swedish st(...)

While European banks rose 2.2 per cent, Irish lenders counted as laggards, with AIB edging 0.5 per cent higher to €2.31, while Bank of Ireland advanced 0.4 per cent to €5.06

European stocks advanced for a third straight day on Thursday as global sentiment improved on easing concerns about cash-strapped developer China Eve(...)

Ringing the Euronext bell: (from left) chief commercial officer Patrick McClughan, chief executive Keith McGrane, company president Darren Patrick-Green and Stuart Livingstone, group operations director. Photograph: Orla Murray/Coalesce Ltd

Irish-led but Dutch-based Corre Energy floated on the growth market operated by Euronext Dublin on Thursday at a market value of €62 million, after ra(...)

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