“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(...)

Revenues at agri-services group Origin Enterprises fell by 1 per cent to €555.5 million in the three months to the end of April.

Revenues at agri-services group Origin Enterprises has reported “disappointing” trading for the third quarter with revenues falling by 1 per cent to €(...)

Rapseed plants in  fields in Gloucestershire, England. Origin Enterprises has reported “disappointing” trading for the third quarter, with the group achieving lower revenues across its markets in Ireland, the UK and Poland.

Origin Enterprises has reported “disappointing” trading for the third quarter, with the group achieving lower revenues across its markets in Ireland, (...)

Ryanair Holdings gets about 27 per cent of its sales from the UK but says that a Brexit would not have an immediate impact on its business. (Photograph: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Ireland’s largest companies are beginning to feel the effect of Britain’s division over whether to remain in the European Union. Concern about the (...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian trims holding in the group. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Pressure built on Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian on Wednesday after he expressed regret at having to sell nearly €16 million worth of shares in t(...)

Revenues at agri-services group Origin Enterprises fell by 4.6 per cent in the six months ending January 31st as the company reported a pretax loss of(...)

Origin chief executive  Tom O’Mahony. The agri-services group  has reported a slower start to the 2016 financial year. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Agri-services group Origin Enterprises has reported a slower start to the 2016 financial year, with a “seasonally quiet” first quarter. The company(...)

Rose Hynes is  also chairman of the state-owned Shannon Group plc

Irish agri-services group Origin Enterprises has appointed Rose Hynes as non-executive chairman following a decision by Aryzta chief executive Owen Ki(...)

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