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The index had briefly recovered from a widespread sell-off earlier in the day.
Fifty jobs at Coast Stores Ireland are to be saved, the High Court has heard.
London’s blue chip index was up around 0.3% in early trading.
A provisional liquidator has been appointed to the fashion and accessories chain Coast.
A recruitment process for 1,000 new jobs in Longford begins this morning.
Ireland's economy is set to grow more than expected this year.
The Government could have done more to build up buffers for the hard times but this week’s budget was “balanced” that hadn’t fuelled demand in a fast-growing economy.
Aer Lingus has named Cork native Sean Doyle as its next chief executive, after announcing that the incumbent, Stephen Kavanagh, intends to step down at the end of the year.
President Donald Trump said he won’t fire US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell but blamed an “out of control” US central bank for the worst stock market sell-off since February.
Permanent TSB’s current level of non-performing loans is “really, really dangerous for Ireland” and could cost the taxpayer significantly if there is a shock to the economy, the bank’s chief has warned.
A long-feared rout of sky-high company valuations continued around the world, with Asian, European and US stock markets badly hit.
The US owner of Boots pharmacies in Ireland rated growth in sales in the Republic as “good” but gave no new details about whether it was mulling further expansion to its 86 outlets in the Republic and 84 stores in the North.
Glanbia has reached agreement to buy well-known weight control food brand SlimFast for $350m (€302m).
Apple has signed a €521m deal with Dialog Semiconductor to license the UK chip designer’s power management technology and acquire certain assets, including more than 300 staff.
Puma is launching a campaign to mark the 50th anniversary of US sprinter Tommie Smith’s black-gloved salute at the 1968 Olympics. Rival Nike recently scored a hit with an ad featuring a current activist for racial equality.
The S&P 500 is also down more than 5% over the two days and had declined for six straight days.
Some 21 business leaders have joined forces to request an urgent solution, warning it could lead to the demise of many key industries in NI.
The cake chain could collapse as soon as Friday.
Bank-appointed receiver seeks to end unlawful possession of property by campaigners against homelessness
A bank-appointed receiver has launched High Court proceedings against the occupants of a property in Pearse Street, Dublin.
A provisional liquidator has been appointed by the High Court to the woman's fashion and accessories chain Coast in Ireland.