Last week’s huge global stock market sell-off – the worst since the depths of the 2008 financial crisis – had a few upsides for a number of Irish companies.
The flood of bad news about the wide and rapid spread of the coronavirus could at least mask further disappointments for shareholders in Irish banks. When measured against a potential global pandemic, the poor returns generated by Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB pale into...
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