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More than a fifth of pubs in Ireland have continuing costs of up to €2,000 a week to sustain while generating no revenue as they remain closed during to Covid-19 restrictions, according to research from the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI). The research was conducted among 1,085 publicans in Ireland last week. Some 60 per cent of publicans said that government subsidies cover only 20 per cent or less of their costs every month.
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Arm of BlackRock builds up €20m short bet that Glanbia shares will continue to fall
Food company’s stock price has swung up and down since start of pandemic with performance nutrition products hit hard
Irish funds industry hits record high of $4.2 trillion, new data shows
Figures compiled by Monterey Insight, an independent fund research company, show the value of Irish-domiciled funds grew by 10.4 per cent to a market size of just over $3.3 trillion.
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Pushing personal boundaries is what allowed Vodafone’s Sinéad Bryan to learn and achieve in her career