Cairn Homes fell 2.2 per cent on the Iseq to €1.18.

European shares rallied on Wednesday as investors welcomed conciliatory talk from US president Donald Trump on trade and became more convinced that Br(...)

Dublin’s Iseq index slid to its lowest level since immediately after the Brexit referendum on Monday. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Dublin’s Iseq index slid to its lowest level since immediately after the Brexit referendum, as fears mounted over the prospect of the United Kingdom c(...)

The Tifco group owns 18 hotels, as well as sites for two new hotels in Dublin, and manages a number of other high-profile hotels around the State, including the Clontarf Castle in Dublin.

After years of strong turnover in the hotel investment market from distressed Nama-driven sales, 2018 was a “normal” year for hotel transactions. It’s(...)

Clontarf Castle in Dublin, which is operated by the Tifco hotel chain.

Documents compiled for Tifco, the State’s second-largest hotel group, suggest US distressed assets fund, Apollo Global, recently bought the company fo(...)

Cairn Homes bucked the Iseq trend Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

European shares fell for the fourth straight session on Monday amid lingering concerns over Brexit and as Apple shares fell into a bear market on Wall(...)

The Irish market dropped €3.3bn in value as Westminster went into meltdown on Thursday

Theresa May’s keep-calm-and-carry-on stance, even as her EU withdrawal plan continued to unravel on Friday, tempted some bargain hunters into the most(...)

Ires Reit has signed a deal to buy part of the Tara Towers Hotel site from Dalata Hotel Group with planning permission for 69 apartments.

Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires), the State’s largest private residential landlord, has agreed to buy up to 164 apartments being developed in (...)

A bedroom in Dalata’s Clayton Hotel Charlemont.

Dublin will get an additional 189 hotel bedrooms this month as the State’s biggest hotel chain opens its newest hotel. The Clayton Hotel Charlemont,(...)

The Iseq overall index underperformed European peers on Monday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

European shares eased on Monday as last week’s rebound ran out of steam on investor nervousness over fast-rising US interest rates and Washington’s tr(...)

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE  Friday. Photograph: Epa/Justin Lane

European stocks failed to stage a recovery on Friday, posting their worst week since a market correction last February as a new sell-off hit bourses a(...)

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