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.

Cabinet gives Aer Lingus takeover the nod

Cabinet gives Aer Lingus takeover the nod

Who’ll blink first?

Who’ll blink first?

The government wants variable mortgage rates brought down. The banks are determined not to foot the bill. But the end of the impasse may finally be in sight

Banking on a soft landing

Banking on a soft landing

John Hurley, the former governor of the Central Bank, told the banking inquiry that his organisation was too eager to believe in the prospect of a ‘soft landing’

Market Talk: Ryanair, Eircom

Market Talk: Ryanair, Eircom

Much, much more Mr Nice Guy As usual, all the the focus in the aviation industry will be on Irela...

Bankers hauled before Noonan

Bankers hauled before Noonan

Finance wants variable rates cut

‘Freakish’ results hit Paddy Power’s telephone arm

‘Freakish’ results hit Paddy Power’s telephone arm

Bookmaker Paddy Power’s telephone betting arm was hit with a string of “freakish” results t...

Facebook plans €200m  data centre in Meath

Facebook plans €200m data centre in Meath

Facebook is planning to build a €200 million data centre in Meath, The Sunday Business Post has...

NTMA on lookout for new HQ as Nama begins winding down

NTMA on lookout for new HQ as Nama begins winding down

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) is looking for a new headquarters in Dublin, The S...

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

With recovery in Europe and inflation on the horizon, there’s no need to hold government bonds

Valeo to raise €500m to fund Italian acquisition

Valeo to raise €500m to fund Italian acquisition

Valeo Foods, the owner of brands from Jacob’s biscuits to Batchelors beans, is raising over €...

The  next  chapter  for Waterford  Wedgwood

The next chapter for Waterford Wedgwood

KPS Capital Partners, which bought Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton in 2009 for just a few million euro, has announced the sale of the company for nearly €400 million

Banking Inquiry week 15: How Ulster Bank was saved by the British taxpayer

Banking Inquiry week 15: How Ulster Bank was saved by the British taxpayer

It was the champion of the 100 per cent mortgage and sought to challenge the pillar banks. Yet the rise and fall of Ulster Bank has largely gone under the radar

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Share price soft at state’s biggest landlord, IRES, despite rent hikes

State unlikely to sell stake in AIB this year

State unlikely to sell stake in AIB this year

The prospect of the sale of a chunk of the state’s 99 per cent shareholding in AIB later this y...

Jobs on the line as RSA Ireland hit by losses of €150m and fine from regulator

Jobs on the line as RSA Ireland hit by losses of €150m and fine from regulator

The insurer RSA saw a 13 per cent plunge in sales in Ireland in the opening three months of the y...