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Dubliner Jay Galligan: “Since Covid-19, I’m particularly glad to be close to the lakes and rivers.”

Dubliner Jay Galligan has made his home in Bristol, sandwiched between Dublin and London. “Its beauty lies in the fact that my life is without lengthy(...)

Company is also undertaking a review of its projects that could result in some oil discoveries being left in the ground.

BP will write down the value of its business by as much as $17.5 billion (€15.5bn), as the British oil major predicts that the coronavirus pandemic wi(...)

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The stock rally that’s been fed by bets on a speedy economic recovery from the pandemic paused for breath on Thursday as US futures struggled alongsid(...)

TUI Group, Europe’s biggest travel company, jumped 8.5% on a new compensation and delivery deal struck with US-based Boeing. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

European shares rallied on Wednesday, with insurers jumping after France’s Axa said it would pay a dividend, while improving global economic data spur(...)

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Oil rose above $34 a barrel following a prediction from Russia that the market may rebalance as early as next month after historic output cuts from gl(...)

Governments are beholden to the fossil fuel industry for three obvious reasons. Photograph: Eric Taylor/Bloomberg

What’s the one indisputable takeaway from the current pandemic? The need to act swiftly and decisively in a crisis. Those who dithered or disputed the(...)

A restaurant owner in Barcelona, Spain, prepares his storefront to attend customers’ takeaway orders after the country begun loosening some of the strict movement restrictions it implemented. Photograph: EPA

European stocks closed higher on Tuesday, shrugging off uncertainty over regional bond purchases as a swathe of positive earnings and an easing of cor(...)

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European stocks rose on Tuesday as a jump in shares of French energy major Total and a slew of positive earnings reports added to optimism over easing(...)

Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange. Airlines took a battering after Warren Buffett’s negative comments last weekend. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

European stocks ended lower on Monday as investors were greeted with fresh US-China tensions following a May Day break, after Washington threatened ta(...)

Exxon Mobil posted its first quarterly loss in at least 32 years of Friday and rival Chevron warned of a “very tough” second quarter. Photograph: Angus Mordant/Reuters

Exxon Mobil posted its first quarterly loss in at least 32 years of Friday and rival Chevron warned of a “very tough” second quarter. Exxon Mobil joi(...)

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