Joe Gill

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Ryanair employees in Malaga show their shirts during a protest on the first day of a cabin crew strike in several European countries. Photograph: Jon Nazca

Over the past week, the stock market valuation of Ryanair has dropped by €2.4 billion. That is an enormous number by any measure but it leaves the Iri(...)

Italy’s likely government has spooked markets. Photograph: iStock

Volatility returned to Italy’s markets this week, amid concerns over the high-spending policies mooted by a new populist coalition government in the e(...)

Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, has invested in the Washington Post. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

This week the chief executive of Facebook – Mark Zuckerberg – announced the recruitment of an additional 3,000 employees to police hardcore videos on (...)

Kerry Group chief executive designate Edmond Scanlon and Stan McCarthy, the group’s chief executive, in Dublin last month at a preliminary statement of results for the year ended December 31st, 2016. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Over the past month, three major food companies that are led and managed from Ireland released financial results and provided details on key corporate(...)

Ireland has a comparative advantage in producing grass-based milk and meat which provides cost and food efficacy advantages globally, but the farm and processing structures built over that grass system remain fragmented and inefficient. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

There are two Irish food industries. The first encompasses the physical production and processing of food on farms and in factories around Ireland. Th(...)

“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(...)

An investor looks on as a screen displays the circuit breaker mechanism in China: the fear is that China’s economy, the world’s second-largest after the US’s, is slowing down and affecting growth in other countries.  Photograph: Reuters/China Daily

Some €2.4 billion was wiped off the value of shares listed on the Iseq in Dublin on Thursday on a day when global stock markets wobbled amid concerns(...)