Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Ryanair has reduced its loss expectation for 2021. The airline expects to lose between €800 million and €850 million, down from an expected €950 million deficit. No explanation was given for the improved outlook. Passenger numbers have not recovered due to slow vaccine roll-outs.
Activity rose in the services sector in Ireland last month, according to the AIB Purchasing Managers Index (PMI). The PMI suggested exports and growth in new business were behind the...
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Kerry Group pulls out of €700m joint venture talks with Kerry Co-op
Bid by farmers’ co-op to buy 60 per cent of company’s dairy business fails
Lakeland Dairies reports double-digit growth in profits
The farmer owned dairy co-op recorded a 27 per cent increase in operating profits in 2020 despite the challenges created by the pandemic