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Not-for-profit group CDP assessed the environmental impact of more than 7,000 companies around the world in 2018. Photograph: iStock

Several leading Irish companies have been named and shamed for not reporting their greenhouse gas emissions. CDP, a not-for-profit organisation which(...)

The auto index was boosted by a 5 per cent jump in Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/ Reuters

European indices performed well on Tuesday with the exception of the Iseq with investors hoping for a more accommodative US policy stance at the end o(...)

Davy noted challenging conditions in Total Produce’s Netherlands market, although this was offset by a good performance in southern Europe. Photograph: Getty Images

Pretax profit at fruit and vegetable producer Total Produce dropped by 3.7 per cent to €69.8 million in 2018 as adverse weather hit its European busin(...)

In its most recent trading statement Cairn Homes said that, as well as dividends, it wanted to return cash to investors through measures such as buying back shares. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

MONDAY Results: Greencoat Renewables, Salesforce. Indicators: Euro-zone PPI (Jan); UK construction PMI (Feb). Meetings: Fingal Local Enterprise W(...)

Bank of Ireland  forecasts profit after tax of €765 million, an 11 per cent increase on 2017. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, Hammerson. Indicators: UK mortgage approvals (Jan). It is a big week for Irish lenders, with Bank of Ireland, A(...)

Total Produce chairman Carl McCann. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish fruit and veg producer Total Produce sold two production facilities, it said on Tuesday – a condition of its purchase of a 45 per cent stake in (...)

In the UK Debenhams stock tumble  following the removal of the retailer’s  chief executive by Mike Ashley. Photograph: Reuters/Simon Dawson/File Photo

European shares edged higher on Friday after hitting one-month highs as investors’ appetite for buying assets considered risky remained firm, despite (...)

Housebuilders Glenveagh and Cair offer the highest upsides, according to Irish stock market analysts. Photograph: Alan Betson

Stock bargain-hunters out in these early days of January seem to have spotted value in Dublin – home to Europe’s second-worst performing market index (...)

US stocks looked to pare declines after a shaky start. Photograph: Bloomberg

European shares lost further ground in their first trading day of 2019 on Wednesday as fears about global growth, trade wars and political instability(...)

Swiss-Irish group Aryzta was the worst performer on the Iseq this year, plummeting by 87 per cent, after management raised more than €740 million through a share sale to help lower the embattled group’s debt levels and fund a restructuring programme.

The Iseq index of Irish shares is set for its fourth-worst annual performance in 25 years, with baked goods maker Aryzta, homebuilders and banks among(...)

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