Friday August 7, 2020

Markets: the hits and misses of 2013

The Iseq index boomed in 2013, finishing up over 30 per cent. Fearghal O'Connor replays some of the hits, and the odd miss, from a frantic year.

29th December, 2013

The Reit way up

Not so long ago it was all about wreaths for the dying Irish property market. But now Reits, or real estate investment trusts, are helping to breathe new life into a stabilising patient.

When Green Reit debuted on the Iseq in July, it was clear from the outset that there was an appetite for a property owning, publicly quoted trust. It rose 9 per cent on day one of its IPO,...

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