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

Is the government coming round to the idea of owning the banks?

Noonan reveals new IBRC inquiry terms

Noonan reveals new IBRC inquiry terms

Finance minister Michael Noonan has broadened the scope of the commission of investigation into t...

Noonan to widen IBRC inquiry terms

Noonan to widen IBRC inquiry terms

Finance minister Michael Noonan is widen the scope of the investigation into the Irish Bank Resol...

Market Talk

Market Talk

Rumbling Greek crisis will be kicked to touch again

Scrambling for answers

Scrambling for answers

The whirlwind journey of the last couple of weeks brings us back to the beginning and the sale of Siteserv.

Ten questions about the IBRC inquiry

Ten questions about the IBRC inquiry

Just what is Minister for Finance Michael Noonan trying to find out about IBRC, how will his investigation work and when will it all end?

State borrowing costs double

State borrowing costs double

The cost of borrowing for the Irish state has more than doubled in less than two months as invest...

Government set to unveil tax breaks for small firms

Government set to unveil tax breaks for small firms

The government is poised to unveil tax breaks and a reduction in red tape as part of a plan to en...

Time is running out for Providence Resources

Time is running out for Providence Resources

In the deep waters off our southern coast could lie an incredible fortune for the country.

Exclusive Interview with Wille Walsh

Exclusive Interview with Wille Walsh

IAG boss Willie Walsh says he always understood the politics of a takeover bid for Aer Lingus, but he plans to fly the Irish carrier’s flag for the long haul

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