European stocks came off their session lows on Friday before falling again, as the news the U.K. had voted to leave the EU rocked global markets.
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European equities closed higher on Friday after a choppy end to trading in July, as investors eyed key earnings and data from the U.S., and slipping commodity prices.
European equities seesawed before finishing higher on Friday, but looked to close out the trading month with gains of over 6 percent.
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European shares closed mixed on Friday, with Italian banking stocks and the health care sector weighing on wider benchmarks.
Europe's banking health check has shown countries and lenders are implementing global capital rules at vastly different speeds.
Thousands rallied against new water bills in Dublin on Saturday in Ireland's biggest anti-austerity protest in years.
European shares closed higher on Friday after they were buoyed by better-than-expected nonfarm payrolls data from the U.S.
European shares reaccelerated losses on Friday afternoon to close the week lower, despite a weak employment report from the U.S.
Bank of Ireland has made a profit for the first time since the Irish property market collapsed ignominiously in 2008.
Richie Boucher, CEO of Bank of Ireland, says valuations of assets in the Irish economy have not gone too far and a recovery in the country is underway.
Michael Aronstein of MainStay Marketfield Fund criticized Fed policy but said he had increased stock exposure.
U.S. billionaire Wilbur Ross praises Greece, Spain and Ireland, but warned it was still too early to invest in Italy.
European shares closed mixed on Tuesday, after the German benchmark DAX hit an all-time high.
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Rossa White, chief economist at NTMA, discusses the turnaround in the Irish economy.
Ireland's Taoiseach Enda Kenny, says the country has regained credibility with investors as bond yields have dropped dramatically.
Wilbur Ross says there is continued opportunity in Europe's financial sector.
Two of Bank of Ireland's largest shareholders, Wilbur Ross and Fairfax Financial, have begun selling a 6.4 percent share in the country's largest lender.