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.

Glanbia milk suppliers to gain from dairy industry rebound

Glanbia milk suppliers to gain from dairy industry rebound

Company boss says sector has 'turned a corner'

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Will technology encourage bank customers to change provider?

Cook claims Apple had no tax deal with government

Cook claims Apple had no tax deal with government

Tech giant boss hoping European Commission will deliver favourable ruling

Analysis: Who’s to blame for insurance mess?

Analysis: Who’s to blame for insurance mess?

Insurance is a costly business to get wrong

Cork oil refinery sold for €20m less than 2001 price

Cork oil refinery sold for €20m less than 2001 price

Refinery was sold by oil giant Phillips 66 to Canada’s Irving Oil

Deficit in state’s insurance back-up fund reaches €862m

Deficit in state’s insurance back-up fund reaches €862m

Collapse of the Quinn Insurance in 2010 has left the state still on the hook for €1.1 billion

Ulster is now flush enough to repay RBS

Ulster is now flush enough to repay RBS

Bank has received more than €15bn of capital from parent company since 2008

Market Talk

Market Talk

The stress test results for the pillar banks show us that a return to normality in the sector is still some way off

Davy sees earnings slide by €17m as buyouts hit bottom line

Davy sees earnings slide by €17m as buyouts hit bottom line

Retained earnings slipped to €131.7 million at the end of last year

Inside Ireland’s €8 billion Strategic Investment Fund

Inside Ireland’s €8 billion Strategic Investment Fund

Should the state be spending money from what was a rainy day fund to splash out on backing small firms, private equity and venture capital?

Rate cut hits state savings schemes

Rate cut hits state savings schemes

Inflows to the scheme dropped from €900m to €402m

The good, the bad . . . and  the  banks

The good, the bad . . . and the banks

Last week ended on a sour note for the banking sector as the two biggest banks barely scraped through a European stress test

Whitegate oil refinery gets €120m injection ahead of expected sale

Whitegate oil refinery gets €120m injection ahead of expected sale

Whitegate in Cork is the state’s only refinery

Pizza the action: 12% Euros kick for Dominos sales

Pizza the action: 12% Euros kick for Dominos sales

Surge in sales was the highest recorded in a number of years

Market Talk

Market Talk

Does a recently subdued Michael O'Leary know something that we don’t?