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Bare shelves during the Beast from the East  showed how reliant we are on food from the UK. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish supermarkets are very vulnerable to changed circumstance. That has rarely been clearer than it was at the end of February last year when the few(...)

 Dunnes Stores held on to the largest market share at the end of 2018 as shoppers spent just under €1 billion on groceries in the run up to Christmas.

Consumer Affairs Correspondent and Francess McDonnell Irish shoppers spent just under €1 billion on groceries in the run up to Christmas, with Dunnes(...)

  John Stapleton: “They still kind of think, ‘well I still don’t know what form of Brexit it’s going to be, so I’ll just wait and see until it happens and then I’ll get ready’.”  Photograph: Alan Betson

“Almost to a man or a woman, nobody’s preparing properly in the UK for Brexit. ” It’s a stark commentary. But businessman John Stapleton is a straigh(...)

Tesco bucked the UK trend in its sector with higher UK like-for-like sales over Christmas. Photograph: Reuters

European shares closed higher on Thursday as investors shrugged off concerns about the car-making and retail sectors. The pan-European Stoxx 600 inde(...)

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) said its members reported zero year-on-year total sales growth in December

British retailers endured their worst Christmas since the depths of the financial crisis a decade ago as cautious customers forced high street stores (...)

Tesco went into the Christmas period ranked the Republic’s third largest supermarket chain

Increased competition among supermarket chains hurt Tesco Ireland in the run-up to Christmas, with the group seeing a dip in sales in its third quarte(...)

The filling in Greggs’ new vegan sausage roll is made out of the company’s own bespoke Quorn filling. Photograph:  Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Britain’s hard-pressed retailers are queuing up to deliver news of how they fared over the festive season, culminating in “Super Thursday” tomorrow, b(...)

The Iseq index of Irish shares edged 0.5%  higher to 5,680.57, with cardboard box-maker Smurfit Kappa standing out as the main gainer as it pushed 6.3%  ahead to €24.58

European shares advanced on Tuesday on mounting speculation that the US and China will be able to reach a trade deal which would ease worries over the(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street rose as gains in the technology and consumer sectors helped extend Friday’s rally. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

European shares slipped on Monday as investors remained nervous about the euro-zone economy, Brexit and the US government shutdown. DUBLIN Dublin’s (...)

Pricewatch: putting porridge oats to the test. Photograph: iStock

Flahavan’s Microwave Quick Oats €3.09 for 500g (€6.18/kg) For many people in this country the only porridge to buy is Flahavan’s, one(...)

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