“Despite the above-average gross domestic product growth, the Iseq has underperformed other European markets given investor concerns about a knock-on effect to Brexit.” Photograph: Getty Images

Almost 88 per cent of Ireland’s publicly-quoted companies reported earnings in recent months that either met or beat markets expectations, despite ini(...)

  Madrid  stock exchange: Spain’s Banco Popular extended its slide from the previous session, taking losses over the past two sessions to more than 11 per cent. Photograph:  Sergio Barrenechea/EPA

Dalata Hotel Group, agricultural services company Origin Enterprises and Ryanair counted among the top-performing large-cap stocks in Dublin as Europe(...)

Origin Enterprises earlier this week announced the acquisition of Bunn Fertiliser for £14.2 million (€16.4 million)

Origin Enterprises, which on Thursday reported an improved first-half trading performance, has acquired the UK-based digital agricultural services gr(...)

Bunn, a UK provider of prescription fertiliser blends and nutrition management systems servicing the arable, grassland and horticultural sectors, has an established business-to-business and retail customer franchise. Bunn’s turnover for the year ended December 31st 2016 was £127.7 million. (Photograph: Sandra Mu/Getty Images)

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises said on Tuesday it is to acquire the fertiliser activities and certain assets of Bunn Fertiliser for £14.2 mil(...)

David McCann, executive chairman of Fyffes, is  the grandson  of Charles McCann, who set up a greengrocers in Dundalk in 1992 to become the first agent in Ireland for Fyffes.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Members of the McCann fruit and vegetable dynasty have emerged as the real winners on the Irish stock market this year, with Fyffes and Total Produce,(...)

Origin Enterprises said underlying revenue increased by 1.3 per cent in the three months to October 31st, reflecting higher seed, crop-protection and fertiliser volumes.

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has reported an 11 per cent increase in revenue to €333.6 million for the three months to October 31st, up from(...)

 Tom O’Mahony: “we remain committed to expanding Origin’s footprint”

Pre-tax profits at agri-services group Origin Enterprises fell 25.7 per cent to €65.5 million in the 12 months to the end of July as adverse weather a(...)

“GlaxoSmithKline, Vodafone and Diageo have all done well since Brexit,” said Joe Gill of Goodbody Stockbrokers. “The collapse of sterling . . . has made sterling assets look more interesting for Irish investors.”

Irish corporate dividends are likely to withstand a slowdown in Irish profit growth on the back of the Brexit vote, according to analysts. A weakenin(...)

Merrion cut its Bank of Ireland full-year earnings per share estimate by 11 per cent, and now sees the lender posting a 12 per cent decline in net income. Almost 20 per cent of the company’s profits is generated in the UK.

Merrion Capital cut its forecasts for the Irish economy and company earnings and sees further losses by the Iseq index as it weighs the impact of Brex(...)

Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

The Irish stock market closed sharply higher yesterday, as European markets continued to gain back ground following the massive falls in the wake of t(...)

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