Fri, 23 Oct, 2020
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Tue, 12 May, 2020
A handful of Irish-related shares, including Tullow Oil, Glanbia and Bord Gáis owner Centria, were among the big stock market losers in Europe in the past year. Flutter Entertainment, which owns Paddy Power and Betfair, as well as Ryanair and Kerry Group were, however, among the big winners.
Wed, 01 Jan, 2020
Geoff Percival Shares in Europe’s main airlines fell sharply after the British government said it would consider an independent proposal to charge carriers a seat tax in order to cover the cost of transporting stranded passengers if an airline goes bust.
Fri, 10 May, 2019
The experts predict that a defeat may be snatched from the jaws of victory, with logic lacking in the Brexit negotiations. From local concerns to the international outlook,report on this week’s Brexit progress.
Thu, 15 Nov, 2018
Shares in Cuisine de France owner Aryzta plunged by nearly 17% — wiping around €120m off the company’s value — after its AGM saw investors narrowly approve the food group’s funding plans and give only moderate backing to the company’s management.
Fri, 02 Nov, 2018
Europa Oil and Gas has ruled out any prospect of drilling in Irish waters next year, but has said it is making significant progress towards drilling activity in 2020, including on its flagship gas project adjacent to the Corrib field off the west coast.
Wed, 31 Oct, 2018
Irish mining company Kenmare Resources has announced its intention to pay a maiden dividend to shareholders before the end of next year. The company, which owns the Moma titanium mine in Mozambique, said it plans an initial modest payout to shareholders in the second half of next year and that dividend value will be a minimum of 20% of post-tax profit.
Wed, 17 Oct, 2018
Spain’s Bankinter has refused to give any indication over whether it intends to enter the Irish mortgage market, as has been speculated. The banking group has become the first overseas entrant to Ireland’s retail banking market since the economic crisis through its acquisition of Spanish counterpart EVO Banco, for an undisclosed sum.
Fri, 28 Sep, 2018
Irish consumer spending rose 2.2% in August, on a year-on-year basis, aided by low inflation and rising wages. While the annual rate of growth was unchanged from July and weaker than the 4.8% average seen since 2014, further spending increases are expected up to the end of the year.
Tue, 18 Sep, 2018