Ian Guider

Ian Guider

Ian Guider is Markets Editor of The Sunday Business Post, and leads the paper’s markets coverage. He previously worked with Newstalk, where he was Business Editor and presenter of the station’s daily business show Breakfast Business. Guider has been a business journalist for more than 15 years, working for a number of Irish and international media groups including the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Tribune and Bloomberg, where he was Banking Correspondent.

Business Outlook 2017: Twenty events set to shake 2017

Business Outlook 2017: Twenty events set to shake 2017

Will quantitative easing end? Will the outcomes of European elections batter the global markets? And which companies will float?

Directors’ pay rises at Communicorp despite losses

Directors’ pay rises at Communicorp despite losses

Bosses shared a total €904,000 in pay and pensions in 2015

Market Talk: Brexit hasn’t caused much damage yet - but that doesn’t mean it won’t

Market Talk: Brexit hasn’t caused much damage yet - but that doesn’t mean it won’t

A collapsing pound would hit tourism and exports, writes Ian Guider

Central Bank board member’s ‘reservations’ over easing of mortgage rules

Central Bank board member’s ‘reservations’ over easing of mortgage rules

Meeting minutes reveal concern over house prices and risks of changing rules

Founder of biotech investment fund Malin to step down soon

Founder of biotech investment fund Malin to step down soon

John Given to be replaced by veteran Davy stockbroker and dealmaker Kyran McLaughlin

“I am haunted by the fact that when you are managing a small open economy, when things go bad, they go really bad”

“I am haunted by the fact that when you are managing a small open economy, when things go bad, they go really bad”

Paschal Donohoe has an unenviable task: keeping every public sector worker and interest group in the country satisfied. Caution is his watchword.

Paschal Donohoe: pensions on the table in new public pay talks

Paschal Donohoe: pensions on the table in new public pay talks

Public sector pay to face international comparison

Central Bank in hiring round to manage firms fleeing Brexit

Central Bank in hiring round to manage firms fleeing Brexit

Bank to fill 18 positions to examine Brexit impact

Denis O'Brien's huge cost-cutting drive at his flagship mobile phone company

Denis O'Brien's huge cost-cutting drive at his flagship mobile phone company

Digicel is inextricably linked with Denis O'Brien's fortune – but has that tap been turned off now?

Market Talk

Market Talk

Warning signs for McGann as he becomes Aryzta’s new chairman

The bitter battle for INM’s hefty cash pile

The bitter battle for INM’s hefty cash pile

Shareholders voted strongly to reintroduce dividends, but former and current employees want a contribution to the pension fund

Call for priority credit for failed investment firms’ customers

Call for priority credit for failed investment firms’ customers

Move follows collapse of Custom House Capital

Ulster Bank to pay dividends to RBS

Ulster Bank to pay dividends to RBS

Bank made a payment of €1.5 billion last month

Clothing giant names Irishman to run Asia business

Clothing giant names Irishman to run Asia business

VF Corporation unveils Aidan O’Meara as group president

Quote Devil crosses into the black

Quote Devil crosses into the black

Company recorded profit of just under €141,000 in the year to the end of June