Forterra

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Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at Aryzta’s AGM in 2017. The company reports half-year results on Tuesday.  Photograph: Alan Betson

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); German industrial production (Jan), exports and imports (Jan); US consumer inflation expectations ((...)

At a recent investor day, Bank of Ireland announced its intentions to grow net loans by 20 per cent over the next four years.

Monday Results: Bank of Ireland, AerCap Holdings, Forterra, Caterpillar. Indicators: Euro zone business and consumer confidence (Jul), consumer in(...)

Permanent TSB came under fire for turning down a request to appear before the Oireachtas finance committee over plans to sell €3.7 billion in mortgages. Photograph: Alan Betson

Monday Results: Aryzta, Aralez Pharmaceuticals. Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); US consumer inflation expectations (Feb). Meetings: Dub(...)

The Web Summit: in the sunshine of its new Lisbon home  – temperatures are expected to reach 21 degrees during the week –  an anticipated 60,000 people are set to attend the events.

MONDAY Results: Avis Budget Group, Horizon Pharma, Jones Lang LaSalle, Mylan. Indicators: Irish Industrial production (Sep); Euro-zone composite, (...)

Apple is due to report its financial results on Tuesday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Monday Results: Naturex, BP, Honda Motor Company, Panasonic, Sony, Trinity Mirror. Indicators: Irish industrial production (CSO), Euro zone inflati(...)

On Wednesday, British prime minister Theresa May will  formally notify the European Council president of her intention to begin Brexit negotiations. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

Monday Results: Sinclair Pharma Indicators: Euro-zone loan growth; German business climate (Mar) Meetings: The Founder Institute’s Start-Up Ideati(...)

Johnny Ronan (left) and Richard Barrett, former owners of property developer Treasury Holdings.  It is understood that KBC Bank Ireland, another major creditor of Treasury, will also receive millions of euro as part of the settlements.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The National Asset Management Agency is set to receive up to €100 million as a result of agreements relating to bust Irish property developer Treasury(...)