Overall, December’s monthly price change is likely to be weak, perhaps negative, following the 0.5 per cent fall in November

Irish residential property price data to be released this morning will show inflation fell back to 5 per cent in December, according to Davy. In a s(...)

Davy said that while December’s profit warning had dented market confidence in Escher, the transition to a more recurring-revenue-based model should lower volatility and improve earnings sustainability for the group

Dublin-headquartered software firm Escher Group, which issued a profit warning late last year, has said it expect group revenue of $22 million (€20.1m(...)

Pharmaceutical and biotech-led deals accounted for the lion’s share of transactions recorded here in 2015

Irish mergers and acquisitions (M&A) reached a seven-year high in 2015, according to new figures published by Experian. It says the overall numbe(...)

Venn is a provider of clinical trial management services to pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies

Dublin-headquartered clinical trial management group Venn Life Sciences has won approval to start trading its shares on the Irish Stock Exchange’s Ent(...)

A single-digit gain in Irish house prices, close to 5 per cent, seems likely in 2016, said myhome.ie report author Conall MacCoille. Photograph: Frank Miller

House prices in Ireland are expected to rise by up to 5 per cent this year, according to the latest house price survey from property website myhome.i(...)

 Paul Dunne led the Open Championship heading into the final day last year. Photograph: Gerry Penny/EPA

Davy, the stockbroker and financial adviser, is teeing itself up for what its staff hope will be a lucrative 2016 with a sponsorship deal for Paul Dun(...)

Aidan Heavey, chief executive Tullow Oil.

Davy has forecast Brent oil will average $55/barrel in 2016 and said the revision would “adversely affect” the balance sheets of Premier Oil (...)

Take up of the offer to cash out may be limited given the company is continuing to expand as the economy grows

Davy, Ireland’s largest securities firm, is poised to hand employees about €40 million as it repays loans linked to its 2006 management-led buyout, ac(...)

Alan Werlau: senior investment strategist at Davy

Davy, the stockbroker and wealth manager, is continuing its senior hiring spree with the addition from the US of former UBS banker Alan Werlau as its (...)

Davy said the strength of the economy had boosted public finances with government deficit now expected to equal 1.7 per cent of GDP this year before falling to 1.1 per cent in 2016

The Irish economy is now expected to rise by 6.5 per cent this year and 4 per cent next year, according to a revised forecast issued by Davy. The sto(...)