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.

US parent pumps €50m into Liberty Insurance

US parent pumps €50m into Liberty Insurance

Boost helped company meet new solvency guidelines

Mitchell O'Connor ‘impressed US investors’

Mitchell O'Connor ‘impressed US investors’

PwC head defends embattled minister

I still think Brexit is bad for Ireland, but you have to see the positives

I still think Brexit is bad for Ireland, but you have to see the positives

Feargal O’Rourke of PwC discusses the post-Brexit/US election tax landscape and his company’s plans for the immediate future

Terry Clune’s job creation scheme has €3.4m deficit

Terry Clune’s job creation scheme has €3.4m deficit

Company is hopeful to be successful in securing a new tender IDA contract expires next year

It’s easy to see why the report’s authors came to their conclusions about O’Brien’s influence

It’s easy to see why the report’s authors came to their conclusions about O’Brien’s influence

It is right to question Denis O’Brien’s ownership of media

Apple case legal fees cost state €75k last month

Apple case legal fees cost state €75k last month

New figures show senior counsel Maurice Collins was paid around €45,000

Bondholders voice concern over Ireland’s ‘elevated’ debt

Bondholders voice concern over Ireland’s ‘elevated’ debt

Cost of borrowing for 10 years for the Irish state has dropped to a record low level of just 0.3%

Major share buyback by Trinity Biotech after FDA sinks cardiac test

Major share buyback by Trinity Biotech after FDA sinks cardiac test

Company says it has around $85 million of cash in the bank

Market Talk

Market Talk

Banks need lending volumes to rise for real competition

Steep decline of sterling is blamed for dip in retail sales

Steep decline of sterling is blamed for dip in retail sales

Sales in the three months to the end of September dropped 0.1 per cent in total

Profits surge at Irish subsidiary of high frequency trading firm Virtu

Profits surge at Irish subsidiary of high frequency trading firm Virtu

Profits rose to €8.4 million last year, up from €7.6 million in 2014

Banks plan to move jobs to Ireland post-Brexit, says minister

Banks plan to move jobs to Ireland post-Brexit, says minister

Murphy met with a number of global investment banks and hedge funds on a tour of New York and Singapore in recent weeks

Market Talk

Market Talk

Ian Guider surveys the big market stories of the week

Budget 2017: The Brexit-shaped hole in the budget

Budget 2017: The Brexit-shaped hole in the budget

The government’s defence of its limp budget response to Brexit is that its impact is impossible to predict, but it must come up with a plan

Jobs minister heads to Silicon Valley for first US trade mission

Jobs minister heads to Silicon Valley for first US trade mission

Mary Mitchell O'Connor on mission to shore up the country’s international reputation