C&C said that in the US, the group’s performance had been weak, but in line with expectations

Drinks group C&C has said it its balance sheet remains strong and it is on track to deliver earnings growth this year.In an interim statement issu(...)

TSB Banking Group surged 12 per cent on its first day of trading as Lloyds Banking Group sold a 35 per cent stake in the lender, more than initially planned. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

European stocks were little changed yesterday, paring gains in the final minutes of trading, amid increased merger and acquisition activity. The Stox(...)

Stephen Glancey, chief executive, at the  C&C Group agm in the Shelbourne Hotel. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A few years ago, C&C, the Bulmers/Magners cider maker, was packing its bags to conquer the world.Sick of the crummy Irish and British weather ruin(...)

C&C also announced that it will issue its results for the year ended February 28th on May 20th. Photograph: Eric Luke/Irish Times

Irish drinks group C&C has acquired Scottish wholesaler Wallaces Express outright after buying the remaining 50 per cent share it didn’t al(...)

Myles Lee, chief executive of CRH.  The company had a poor day on the Dublin stock exchange yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Stocks were generally a touch stronger yesterday, as investors took comfort from Federal Reserve nominee Janet Yellen’s comments on taking care not to(...)

C&C, maker of Bulmers and Magners cider, said yesterday it expected full financial-year profits to be between €125 million and €132 million after reporting that its operating surplus for the six months to August 31st grew 7.9 per cent to €71.1 million.

The decline in the Republic’s bar trade may be about to turn around, according to one drinks company, which reported yesterday that its pub sales outp(...)

Sales of Bulmers in Ireland helped C&C grow its revenues in the first half of the year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / THE IRISH TIMES

Drings group C&C delivered revenue growth of 27.8 per cent in the first six months of its financial year, in line with market expectations,driven (...)

  CRH  moved with its sector and rose by 40 cent or 2.26 per cent to €18.125

European markets were all in solid form yesterday, reacting to overnight gains in the US and Asia. The driver for all the positivity was news from th(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH moved lower on news of anaemic Polish cement sales, finishing 19 cent weaker at €17.48

Markets moved up, moved down and eventually finished fairly flat yesterday as worries over Syria remained high in investors’ minds and poor news on eu(...)

Cold weather in March and April impacted on cider volumes in the Irish market. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

Drinks group C&C said operating profit will be in the range of €125 million to €132 million for the financial year, despite ongoing difficult t(...)