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.

Ian Guider: The secret documents the banking inquiry revealed

Ian Guider: The secret documents the banking inquiry revealed

Startling new facts about what was going on behind the scenes

Hedge fund activity to grow in Ireland

Hedge fund activity to grow in Ireland

Ireland services about 40 per cent of the world’s hedge funds and alternatives

Market Talk

Market Talk

When the IMF talks, it’s best to sit up and take heed

Tullow to ramp up offshore output in West Africa

Tullow to ramp up offshore output in West Africa

Production from the so-called TEN field off the coast of Ghana will begin in the summer

Cardiff set to spill secrets of banking crash in memoir

Cardiff set to spill secrets of banking crash in memoir

Book has been in pipeline since Cardiff left for Luxembourg

APPLE: cutting a deal on taxes

APPLE: cutting a deal on taxes

Fears follows meeting between Apple chief and Margrethe Vestager

Ian Guider: There is no simple solution to Petroceltic’s problems

Ian Guider: There is no simple solution to Petroceltic’s problems

As long as the price of oil continues to swirl, so will Petroceltic’s future

Central Bank governor warns it will be difficult to loosen mortgage lending rules

Central Bank governor warns it will be difficult to loosen mortgage lending rules

Philip Lane says increased deposits are a permanent feature of the system

Market Talk

Market Talk

We can’t lose sight of a drifting sterling while keeping an eye on the US

Tullow over a barrel as oil price at 12-year low

Tullow over a barrel as oil price at 12-year low

Shares that once hit £16 now trading at 130 pence

IBRC liquidation will deliver a surplus of about €2.1 billion

IBRC liquidation will deliver a surplus of about €2.1 billion

Asset sales last year swelled cash figure by about €300 million

Markets crushed as oil sinks again

Markets crushed as oil sinks again

Biggest Irish decliners included Bank of Ireland, CRH, Ryanair and C&C

Where did that extra cash come from?

Where did that extra cash come from?

The €6.9 billion handed over by business last year is almost the same paid in 2006

NTMA mulls issuing debt in dollars

NTMA mulls issuing debt in dollars

Agency has long targeted issuing bonds in other currencies

Nama sells ten acres to rugby club

Nama sells ten acres to rugby club

Stillorgan Rugby Club acquired the site zoned for agricultural use