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# Stock Exchange

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# Brexit
Paris overtakes London as Europe's biggest stock exchange
Brexit has “permanently damaged” the UK economy, former Bank of England policymaker Michael Saunders warned.
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# Pakistan
Three people killed after gunmen open fire on Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi
No militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
# Coronavirus
Covid-19: Stock markets plummet in worst week since 2008 financial crash
China has now recorded almost 80,000 cases of Covid-19.
# Jakarta
At least 75 people injured after floor at Indonesia's stock exchange collapses
There have been no reports of deaths so far.
# Funding
Why companies have turned away from Ireland's stock exchange
There were no significant listings on the public market last year.
# Switching Jersey
Eircom is planning a Jersey debt swap
The telco, which is considering a stock market floatation, could move its assets and liabilities to the island.
# Wall Street
Twitter shuns Nasdaq to list on the New York Stock Exchange
The choice of the NYSE for its IPO comes as the company posts losses of $65 million for the last three months and total losses of $483 million in its brief history.
# Stock Market
European stocks steady after dive amid Spain, Italy fears
Yesterday European stock markets slumped with banking shares suffering some of the heaviest losses.
# Sandy
Superstorm Sandy shuts down New York Stock Exchange
This is the first full trading closure since the September 11 attacks closed US equity markets for four days in 2001.
# Oops
Google shares plunge as bad results are released prematurely
Shares fell more than 9 per cent in Google after it mistakenly filed its latest earnings too early.
# Big Money
GALLERY: The 15 most valuable companies on the Irish Stock Exchange
There’s been some speculation about some firms delisting from Dublin. Here are the 15 biggest ones trading here.
# Eurozone
Eurozone fears continue as IMF start Greek inspection
Yields on Spanish and Italian bonds hit record highs yesterday as uncertainty in the markets continues.
# Reaction
Manchester United fans give guarded welcome to IPO
United fans have long protested the Glazers’ heavily leveraged takeover, arguing the debts loaded onto the club have steadily eroded its ability to compete for big-name signings.
# Aer Lingus
Etihad acquires 2.9 per cent stake in Aer Lingus
The move could be an indication of the Arab airline’s interest in acquiring the government’s 25 per cent stake in the Irish airline.
# Thumbs up
Thumbs up! Taoiseach rings opening bell at New York Stock Exchange
Taoiseach Enda Kenny looked delighted to ring the opening bell this morning, which was one of the many engagements planned for him during his five-day trip to the United States in celebration of St Patrick’s Day.
# Markets
European markets react positively to Eurozone deal
Shares were up across the continent as trading opened this morning.
# Eurozone
G20 urges Eurozone leaders to come up with 'comprehensive plan'
A summit of Eurozone leaders next Sunday is expected to be decisive for the long-term economic prospects of the region.
# Week in Photos
The week in photos
This is the week that was, in pictures.
# Middle Finger
Italian artist unveils 20 foot middle finger to stock exchange
Maurizio Cattelan says his sculpture- titled L.O.V.E. – represents capitalism.