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.

Market Talk

Market Talk

The ECB president’s decision to extend his money-printing measures for the eurozone went down like a lead balloon

Value of Iput’s Irish assets up by 26%

Value of Iput’s Irish assets up by 26%

Higher rents across its portfolio helped bring income in the quarter to €22.1 million

Financing the stone: Inside Denis O'Brien's Topaz sale

Financing the stone: Inside Denis O'Brien's Topaz sale

Last week’s acquisition of the company raised questions about why O’Brien chose to sell up now

Denis O'Brien to sell Topaz to Canadian giant Couche-Tard

Denis O'Brien to sell Topaz to Canadian giant Couche-Tard

Chief executive Emmet O'Neill will leave when deal closes

INM boss awarded share options worth €1 millon in bonus payout

INM boss awarded share options worth €1 millon in bonus payout

Robert Pitt awarded just over 5.5 million shares in November

Merrion to repay €5.6m loan to Declan Ryan’s Irelandia

Merrion to repay €5.6m loan to Declan Ryan’s Irelandia

Merrion said it would have about €4 million in cash left

Tax take from SMEs rises by 20 per cent

Tax take from SMEs rises by 20 per cent

Michael Noonan signals sizeable increase in payments from Irish firms

Market Talk

Market Talk

Are we in for yet another tech bubble? It looks like it Is there a bubble in technology stocks, ...

South won’t suffer from lower corporation tax in North, says IDA

South won’t suffer from lower corporation tax in North, says IDA

Investors 'know what they are getting' in Republic

AIB nosedive pulls the rug from under small investors

AIB nosedive pulls the rug from under small investors

Its stock market value has been fictional for years, but that didn't stop investors piling in on AIB shares

The Honohan era comes to an end

The Honohan era comes to an end

Despite his success as Central Bank governor, the legacy of the crash remains

Only handful apply for extra PTSB redress

Only handful apply for extra PTSB redress

Hundreds requested forms seeking compensation but only a few have been returned to the bank

Market Talk

Market Talk

It’s more than seven years since the crash, yet a dysfunctional lending market remains

Parent shores up Liberty with €25m injection

Parent shores up Liberty with €25m injection

Boost for insurance firm after losses more than double

Ian Guider: France reels in the wake of savage attacks

Ian Guider: France reels in the wake of savage attacks

‘It is like a nightmare with eyes wide open’, writes Ian Guider in Paris