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The regulator is the largest holder of government bonds, accounting for about 26 per cent of outstanding debt. Photograph: iStock

The scale of the Central Bank’s pandemic-related bond-buying last year has made it – on a technical basis – the largest financial institution in the S(...)

Even in the US, stocks only slightly outperformed bonds over the past 20 years. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

Everyone knows stocks have delivered the goods over the long run, but equities also suffer periods of underperformance. Ordinary investors might wonde(...)

JPMorgan has said all employees in the US would be in the office on rotation by early July

JPMorgan Chase has told UK-based staff that more of them will return to office working starting in June as the country begins to wind down Covid-relat(...)

Data from Barclays shows that over the last four decades, the US has generally traded on a higher Cape ratio than Europe

Investors’ cautious response to excellent US earnings reflects the fact that valuations really are in elevated territory right now. The S&P 500 n(...)

A weak US jobs report alleviated concerns about rising inflation and potentially higher interest rates which would weigh on the valuations of growth companies. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European stocks closed at a record high on Friday, marking strong weekly gains as positive economic data and upbeat earnings underpinned hopes of a sw(...)

Sherborne Investors, the fund run by Mr Bramson, said on Friday that it had sold its entire 6 per cent stake in Barclays at an average price of 186p.

Activist investor Edward Bramson has admitted defeat in his three year campaign to unseat Barclays’ chief executive Jes Staley and force the lender to(...)

Smurfit Kappa Group was ahead by almost 3.7 per cent to €43.93.

European stocks marked their best day in nearly two months on Wednesday, recovering from a sharp sell-off in the previous session as data showed euro(...)

Apple was among the tech stocks in decline on Tuesday. Photograph: iStock

European shares ended lower on Tuesday, with the technology sector having their worst day since late-October after a sudden drop in big US tech stock(...)

Shares in Kerry Foods and Glanbia ended the session down more than 1 per cent each, with the latter ending the day at €12.24 and Kerry Foods closing at €107.80.

The last day of trading in April saw European and US benchmarks edge lower after reaching record highs this week on the back of an upbeat first-quart(...)

Barclays booked a profit before tax for the three months ended March 31st of £2.4 billion.

Barclays reported first quarter profits more than doubled, despite not releasing cash set aside to cover bad loans from the Covid-19 pandemic as its B(...)

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