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Paddy Power Betfair fell almost 3.9 per cent to €73.45. Several UK-exposed gambling companies were under pressure after the Financial Times reported that UK Chancellor Philip Hammond was set to increase taxes paid by offshore bookies in his budget later this month.

European shares fell at the end of a choppy trading session on Monday, as relief over Moody’s decision to keep Italy’s sovereign rating outlook stable(...)

Marmite maker Unilever drops  plans to centralise its HQ in Rotterdam. Photograph:   Epa/Andy Rain

Fears that the US may accelerate interest rate hikes sent European shares falling to their biggest weekly loss on Friday. Investors believe the world’(...)

The Iseq overall index underperformed its European peers on Monday, falling 1.3 per cent. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Iseq overall index was one of Europe’s worst performers on Monday after banks and Ryanair took a hit. News surrounding An Post’s entry into the mo(...)

Danske Bank fell 3.4 per cent following the resignation of its chief executive and an update on a money laundering probe that prompted the bank to cut its full-year outlook.

A rally in European shares extended for a second day after gains in trade-sensitive mining and autos stocks, as the mood of investors was buoyed by si(...)

The site of Green Reit at Molesworth and Dawson Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Global equity markets climbed on Tuesday, shrugging off the latest salvos in the intensifying trade war between the US and China. Treasuries retreated(...)

The New York Stock Exchange  in New York on Friday. The S&P 500 and  Dow Jones Industrial Average were largely flat on the day. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Global stocks ended August much as they began the month – under the dark cloud of a potentially worsening trade war. Poor sentiment over trade hit s(...)

Penneys owner Associated British Foods slid 3 per cent to 2,286p sterling after fire engulfed its Belfast store. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

European shares surged to a two-week high on the back of news of a US-Mexico trade deal on Tuesday. DUBLIN Index heavyweight, CRH, a cement and buil(...)

US president Woodrow Wilson set up the Committee on Public Information after the US declared war on Germany in April 1917.

A surprising upsurge in the recruitment of the Irish in the last months of the first World War may have been down to American propaganda, it has been (...)

Anna, Lady Oxmantown in the library of Birr Castle wearing a green crepe wool Jacqmar dress that belonged to her grandmother in law Anne, Countess of Rosse. The dress would have flouted wartime restrictions so it is believed that Anne bought it prior to the war.

“Had a wonderful time in this I am ashamed to say” goes a note written by Countess Anne Rosse of Birr Castle on a long green crepe dress by Victor Sti(...)

Subsidies in areas such as solar storage and wind power mean they are “becoming economic far faster than anyone realised”, billionaire Jeremy Grantham says. Photograph: VCG

Ireland’s sovereign wealth fund is set to divest from fossil fuel stocks, the Church of Ireland has pledged to do likewise by 2022, while Norway’s $1 (...)

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