Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Demand for weanling bulls holding firm at 2017 prices

Demand for weanling bulls holding firm at 2017 prices The weanling sale season has got off to a strong start. File photo Strong demand from both the export and home trade has got...

Card Factory shares slump after extreme weather prompts profit warning

Card Factory shares slump after extreme weather prompts profit warning The company said weak consumer conditions were also affecting the business. The heatwave has hit footfall on high streets and knocked retailers as...

‘Talent crisis’ warning as Brexit drives up wages

'Talent crisis' warning as Brexit drives up wages Dublin’s docklands is at the centre of a boom in recruitment for financial firms Ireland's allure as a post-Brexit base for global financial firms has...

Jose Mourinho not expecting any deadline day signings as he hits out at media...

Jose Mourinho not expecting any deadline day signings as he hits out at media negativity over Man United reign Jose Mourinho has little time to strengthen his squad (Martin Rickett/PA) Manchester United manager...

Paddy Power and Aryzta falls pull Iseq index lower

Paddy Power and Aryzta falls pull Iseq index lower Image from Reuters Steep slides at Aryzta and Paddy Power Betfair helped pull the Iseq index of Irish shares lower in late afternoon trading...

Profits soar at Rohan group to hit €42.5m

Profits soar at Rohan group to hit €42.5m Jamie Rohan Members of the Rohan family, which is behind one of the country's largest property investment and development firms, Rohan Holdings, last year shared...

China pledges to match tariffs on $16bn of American goods

China pledges to match tariffs on $16bn of American goods US President Donald Trump is planning further tariffs China said it will begin imposing 25pc duties on an additional $16bn (€13.8bn) of American...

Business Irish

Revenue increases at Kerry, but currency headwinds impact results Kerry Group ceo Edmond Scanlon Photo: David Conachy Revenue at Kerry Group rose 1.4pc year-on-year to €3.2bn in the six months to June 30. The...

EU wheat lower as heatwave fades, traders assess crop losses

EU wheat lower as heatwave fades, traders assess crop losses FILE PHOTO: A French farmer harvests wheat during sunset, in Bourlon, northern France, July 19, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol/File Photo European wheat futures edged...

APLICATIONS

Ending EU tariffs means lower prices, claims Wetherspoon on Brexit beer...

Ending EU tariffs means lower prices, claims Wetherspoon on Brexit beer mat JD Wetherspoon's new "Brexit beer mat" (JD Wetherspoon/PA Wire) Leading pub chain JD Wetherspoon...

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