Monday September 28, 2020

Brexit a year on: Irish stock market winners and losers

While some share prices have remained in the doldrums, others have made spectacular recoveries

23rd June, 2017
Mixed fortunes on the Irish Stock Exchange a year after Brexit vote. Pic:

Although the final outcome of the Brexit process is no clearer a year on, the share prices of some of those companies have recovered, while others have remained in the doldrums as the concrete effects of the referendum’s repercussions – in particular the weakening of sterling – begin to show up in their financial figures and trading outlooks.

While there have been other factors influencing the share prices of individual companies in the...

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