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Gary McGann, chairman of Aryzta, and Kevin Toland, chief executive. Photograph: Alan Betson

A number of leading food analysts have downgraded Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta as shares in the company fell for a second day in a row, wiping almost(...)

Dealz is ultimately owned by South African-based Steinhoff. Photograph: Eric Luke

Dealz parent Steinhoff has lost more than $12 billion (€10.2bn) off its value since it revealed “accounting irregularities” and parted ways with its (...)

Financials fell in Europe on Friday with AIB said to be causing the downward trend in Ireland. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Ireland’s benchmark index closed lower on Friday dragged down by financials in line with a broader European trend. The story was similar in the UK whe(...)

Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange recently. US markets were closed on Monday.  Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

News of North Korea’s latest nuclear test hit European shares on Monday but failed to trigger a massive sell-off as investors seem to be used to geopo(...)

A selection of Nestle products: The Swiss company’s shares closed the day up 4.3 per cent at 86.65 Swiss francs. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Shares in Swiss food group Nestle jumped to a record high after it gained its first activist investor in Dan Loeb’s hedge fund Third Point, which dema(...)

US shares pushed towards record highs in early afternoon trading on Wall Street.

Irish shares soared to a fresh nine-year high as European markets reopened after the long weekend on Tuesday in buoyant mood as investors cheered heal(...)

Nestle newly appointed chairman Paul Bulcke.  Photograph: Reuters/Denis Balibouse

Swiss food giant Nestle maintained its modest 2-4 per cent growth target for underlying sales this year, slightly less than Anglo-Dutch rival Unilever(...)

Lindt’s global output also includes 140 million gold-foil wrapped chocolate rabbits a year

The run-up to Easter is a busy time at the Lindt & Sprüngli chocolate factory just outside Zurich, the sort of blend of modernity and tradition to(...)

UK shares ended higher with commodity stocks rebounding from early weakness, as the equities market continued to price in a greater likelihood of the country voting to stay in the EU. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

European shares rose on Tuesday as Brexit fears eased, although many still expect a close vote. The latest opinion poll showed that the campaign for t(...)

Financials were among the worst performers yesterday, with Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB each falling more than 5 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Stocks in Europe fell to an almost four-month low as speculation intensified that Britain will vote to leave the EU and traders awaited the outcome o(...)

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