Thursday May 28, 2020

Happily for their investors, Kerry Group and Kingspan are largely insulated from domestic political instability

Both companies should be able to survive a 'dolly mixture' coalition

28th February, 2016
Non-executive chairman of Kingspan, Eugene Murtagh pictured voting at the company's AGM in Dublin in 2010 Pic: RollingNews.ie

It was a busy reporting week, with several plcs coming out with their 2015 annual results and guidance for the year ahead. At the start of last week, Bank of Ireland and Green Reit reported, followed by Kerry Group and Kingspan.

All four had good stories to tell. Green Reit’s commercial property portfolio is well let, performing strongly, achieving growth in rental and capital values, and occupied by a blue-chip tenant portfolio.

Furthermore, many...

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