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CRH retreated 4.39% to €39.84 as construction-related stocks gave up some of the gains made in recent days. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rising Covid cases in Europe and the US dampened hopes of a recovery, leaving investors wary of shares and hitting travel stocks. DUBLIN Airline Rya(...)

Bank of Ireland retreated 1.49 per cent to €4.353.

European stocks hit new highs on Monday, but airline and travel shares took a hit as fears grew that Covid-19’s delta variant would become region’s do(...)

Dublin airport. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Irish air travel continued to lag Europe last week as holiday makers boosted European flights to around 60 per cent of pre-Covid levels, figures show.(...)

Skyscrapers in the Canary Wharf business district: London-listed mining stocks were among the equities to climb on Friday. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

European stocks jumped more than 1 per cent on Friday as markets shook off their torrid Thursday performance. Equities across Europe ended the week wi(...)

In a joint statement, aviation chiefs including Michael O’Leary of  Ryanair, called on the UK government to follow ‘a data-driven and risk management approach’.  Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The owner of some of the UK’s busiest airports has accused the British government of a “fundamental lack of transparency” over the traffic light syste(...)

A giant Burberry handbag is pulled along on a barge on the River Thames.The luxury goods group  rose 2.7 per cent on Friday after Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock to “buy”

US stocks followed European equity markets higher amid a broad-based rebound as China took steps to bolster its economic recovery, while Treasuries re(...)

Dixons Carphone, owner of Currys PC World, jumped nearly 6 per cent to 130.2p after the business said it had swung to a £33 million pretax profit in the year to May 1st. Photograph: PA Wire

European shares slid on Wednesday as investors locked in profits following a five-month winning streak, fearing inflation and the possible impact of (...)

Paddy Power and Betfair owner Flutter Entertainment falls  3.83%  to €154.55 in Dublin

The Dublin market was among Europe’s worst performers on Monday as fears of renewed quarantines hit travel stocks, while energy and financial shares a(...)

CureVac was punished after its Covid vaccine trial failed.

Global stocks continued a steady descent from record highs reached earlier in the week and the dollar strengthened after the US central bank brought f(...)

Airlines suffered as British prime minister Boris Johnson’s decision to stall reopening in England prompted fresh fears about air travel’s recovery in Europe. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA

Dublin lagged other European markets as investors swerved leading Irish stocks on a day when equities elsewhere hit record highs. DUBLIN Ryanair Hol(...)

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