Cairn beat analysts’ forecasts in September when it reported that profits for the first six months of 2017 grew more than €5 million to €7.7 million.

Analysts at stockbroker Davy believe that house builder Cairn Homes will make less profit than previously predicted as result of some extra costs. Co(...)

Davy said that despite its promising start to life as listed company, it believed that Glenveagh is still “attractively valued”

Glenveagh Properties, which raised €550 million from its initial public offering (IPO) last month, is expected to “deliver rapid growth and impressive(...)

Cairn’s Parkside development on the Malahide Road in Dublin.

Cairn Homes is likely to complete building on 97 homes in the first half of this year and a further 300 in the second half, according to Davy Stockbro(...)

Abbey completed 586 home sales during the year. Photograph: iStock

Dublin-listed housebuilder Abbey said on Friday that its turnover for the year to the end of April has come in “moderately short” of the €220 million (...)

Clayton Hotel (formerly the Burlington): only five hotels opened in Dublin in the decade to the end of last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish banks, still chastened by the property crash, are demanding that developers of hotels in Dublin secure up to 50 per cent equity development befo(...)

Parkside off the Malahide Road: Cairn Homes began development  in January 2015

London-listed Irish housebuilder Cairn Homes has teamed up with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to form a joint venture to build 71 homes (...)

A construction worker lays a row of bricks on the Cairn Homes Marianella residential construction site in Dublin in November. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Shares in Cairn Homes rose on Wednesday after Davy raised its price target for the Irish housebuilder on improving optimism that it will be achieve it(...)

Smurfit Kappa Group chief executive Tony Smurfit. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Davy has shaved its earnings estimates for Smurfit Kappa as a result of unfavourable currency movements and higher prices for the recycled cardboard (...)

Irish engineering group Mincon grew revenues in the first half of 2015 by 40 per cent, but operating margin fell by 22 per cent due to a pressure on pricing. (Photograph: Eric Vidal/REUTERS)

Irish engineering group Mincon grew revenues in the first half of 2015 by 40 per cent, but operating margin fell by 22 per cent due to a pressure on (...)