Equities began to recover on reports that Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras had signalled he would accept creditors’ bailout offer if some changes were made to the attached conditions. Photograph: Andrea Bonetti/EPA

Stocks rebounded across Europe on Wednesday as investors watched Greece for signs of compromise. Equities began to recover on reports that Greek prime(...)

Up and away: Aer Lingus  stock closed  yesterday 1.5 per cent up at €2.43. Photograph: Alan Betson

European shares rebounded on Wednesday from a one-week low the day before, supported by the prospect of an accord between Greece and its creditors. T(...)

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises said underlying revenue rose in the third quarter and maintained its full year guidance as it delivered an int(...)

Origin chief executive officer Tom O’Mahony said it was a “solid operating and financial performance during the seasonally quiet first half of the financial year”.

Fiona ReddanAgri-services group Origin Enterprises grew its revenues in the first half of its financial year to €531.6million, up by 2.7 per cent on t(...)

Ryanair and Aer Lingus were dragged down in a sector-wide slide in airline stock linked to Germany’s Lufthansa lowering of its profit forecast earlier in the week.

European stocks were little changed yesterday despite poor retail sales and jobs data from the US, while oil prices hit a three-month peak on escalat(...)

 Origin Enterprises chief executive Tom O’Mahony. The group has  reported an increase in revenue for the third quarter, on the back of increased demand for agronomy services. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Origin Enterprises has reported an increase in revenue for the third quarter, on the back of increased demand for agronomy services. Revenues for the (...)

Irish-listed agri-services group Origin Enterprises has upgraded its full-year guidance as it reported a “solid” operating and financial performanc(...)

BMW rose 3 per cent to €84.45 after New York-based Goldman Sachs bank recommended buying the stock.  Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

PAMELA NEWENHAM Global equity markets rose yesterday after new Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said she expects the US central bank to(...)

Agroscope employs 150 people and is a provider of agronomy services, high specification inputs, and advisory support to arable and root crop growers. Picture Dan Linehan

Origin Enterprises, the Irish listed agri-services group, has completed the acquisition of a controlling interest in the Ukraine based Agroscope. Orig(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian said the company was “well placed” to take advantage of potential consolidation opportunities across the sector. Photograph: Eric Luke

Aryzta has reported overall revenues of more than €1 billion for the three months to the end of October, including a 6.5 per cent increase in food gro(...)

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