Banks were among the biggest losers, with AIB tumbling 8.94 per cent to €1.14 while Bank of Ireland declined 7.81 per cent to €1.86. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP

Banks and oil companies led European stocks lower on Tuesday as investors turned wary ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. DUBLIN The I(...)

Stay-at-home stocks such as video conferencing platform Zoom Video Communications fell in value after surging during lockdowns. Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters

European shares pulled back from three-month highs on Monday, with losses in technology and healthcare stocks halting a recent rally on hopes of a pos(...)

British energy giant BP announced plans to axe ‘close to 10,000 jobs’. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP via Getty

BP will cut about 15 per cent of its workforce in response to the coronavirus crisis and as part of chief executive Bernard Looney’s plan to shift the(...)

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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(...)

Wall Street surged on encouraging early data about  a potential coronavirus vaccine, with investors also counting on more stimulus to rescue the US economy. Photograph: Getty Images

Global equity markets surged yesterday and oil rallied to highs last seen in mid-April as data from a potential Covid-19 vaccine trial by US grou(...)

Three-phase spheroids stand behind pipelines at Saudi Aramco’s crude oil processing facility, in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Aramco, the world’s top oil exporting company, on Tuesday reported a 25 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit, missing analyst estimates, bu(...)

The first written document about a Stora operation, a Swedish copper mine, dates back to 1288. Since then, the company – now Finland-based paper, pulp(...)

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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(...)

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