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.

Fresh push to force banks to reduce variable interest rates for mortgages

Fresh push to force banks to reduce variable interest rates for mortgages

The main banks are to be hauled into the Department of Finance again this week as the battle to r...

FBD ditches brokers as rising claims start to bite

FBD ditches brokers as rising claims start to bite

New chief executive Muldoon is hoping to shave €7m off the company’s operating costs

Cathy Pacific eyes up Dublin to Hong Kong

Cathy Pacific eyes up Dublin to Hong Kong

Ireland may be about to get its first direct air route to Asia with Cathay Pacific understood to ...

Big trouble in China and beyond

Big trouble in China and beyond

Chinese shares have lost €6 trillion in a rollercoaster week. What’s next on the horizon for this creaking powerhouse of the global economy?

Success of Paddy Power Betfair is a sure bet

Success of Paddy Power Betfair is a sure bet

The merger of the two betting heavyweights leads to the prospect of Paddy Power taking on the US market

McCann’s plan for UTV banks on bullish radio

McCann’s plan for UTV banks on bullish radio

FM104, 96FM and Talksport would be tasty leftovers in rumoured ITV buyout

Market Talk

Market Talk

A new generation of developers has emerged. Does it offer a sustainable solution for the sector?

China rate cut whipsaws stocks after biggest sell-off since 1996

China rate cut whipsaws stocks after biggest sell-off since 1996

China’s stocks swung between gains and losses as traders weighed the impact of lower interest rates after the steepest four-day equity plunge since 1996

Chinese stocks crash again to extend biggest plunge since 1996

Chinese stocks crash again to extend biggest plunge since 1996

The Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 7.6 per cent to 2,964.97 - sinking below the 3,000 level for the first time in eight months

Showtime: UTV sale to ITV possible this week

Showtime: UTV sale to ITV possible this week

Channel could be sold to Britain’s ITV as early as this week

Merged websites Daft and DoneDeal valued at €80m

Merged websites Daft and DoneDeal valued at €80m

The merger between classified ads websites Daft and DoneDeal valued the combined business at abou...

FBD to announce plan to raise €100m

FBD to announce plan to raise €100m

Insurer FBD Holdings will tomorrow unveil detailed plans to raise about €100 million as it look...

Why FBD careered off  the road

Why FBD careered off the road

The beleaguered insurer was renowned for its steady conservatism, making its current troubles all the more difficult to fathom

Market Talk

Market Talk

Glanbia has hitched its fortunes firmly to the sports nutrition bandwagon

Iput portfolio up 30 per cent on office demand

Iput portfolio up 30 per cent on office demand

Iput, the country’s biggest property investment fund, has seen the value of its portfolio rocke...