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.

Brexit wounds: Irish companies halt expansion plans

Brexit wounds: Irish companies halt expansion plans

Plan to target London banking giants; Payments to farmers under threat; Taoiseach wants role in Brexit talks

Brexit: The week that shook the world

Brexit: The week that shook the world

A division bell is tolling across Europe and beyond in the wake of the British electorate’s shock decision to quit the EU

Revealed: €40m drop in tax breaks claimed by high earners

Revealed: €40m drop in tax breaks claimed by high earners

183 people earning more than €400,000 a year had effective tax rate of just 16.5 per cent

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

It could be time for the NTMA to take advantage of low yields on the bond markets

Dáil recalled as Brexit fallout deepens

Dáil recalled as Brexit fallout deepens

Stock markets are braced for another volatile day

Ian Guider in London: Crisis At The Gate

Ian Guider in London: Crisis At The Gate

Britain’s decision to leave the EU poses a potential economic disaster on our own doorstep

Brexit: Rue Britannia

Brexit: Rue Britannia

Future pay deals under threat; State’s banking plans in tatters; €1bn ‘rainy day’ fund in doubt; Contingency plans for border

Ian Guider: 'This is an economic and political calamity'

Ian Guider: 'This is an economic and political calamity'

There will be volatility until the shape of Britain's departure is known

Brexit: political and economic earthquake sends financial markets into tailspin

Brexit: political and economic earthquake sends financial markets into tailspin

Leave on course to win the vote by 52% to 48%.

New Brexit poll shows Remain campaign at 52%

New Brexit poll shows Remain campaign at 52%

UKIP leader Farage says he is conceding defeat

Brexit count underway after vicious campaign comes to an end

Brexit count underway after vicious campaign comes to an end

Final result to be declared in Manchester early tomorrow

Remain camp inches ahead as Brexit vote enters final stretch

Remain camp inches ahead as Brexit vote enters final stretch

Polling stations shut at 10pm with torrential downpours forecast for south east

Brexit update: opinion polls show the outcome of vote is too close to call

Brexit update: opinion polls show the outcome of vote is too close to call

Some 46 million voters across Britain and Northern Ireland have registered to vote, a record number on the electoral register.

Brexit: Britain goes to the polls to decide future in EU

Brexit: Britain goes to the polls to decide future in EU

Cameron tweets: Vote Remain - so that our children and grandchildren have a brighter future

Brexit Special: Ian Guider’s dinner party guide to Brexit

Brexit Special: Ian Guider’s dinner party guide to Brexit

Here is all you need to know about the upcoming referendum in Britain