Invested: Win, lose or draw breath?
Brexit brings pain for some investors, but there will be winners too
At the end of the first day of trading following the Brexit vote, the Ftse 100 was down by over 7 per cent.
But dominated as that index is by global mining, multinational and international banking groups, it wasn’t surprising that its decline was only half that of the mid-cap 250 index, which is far more closely aligned to the domestic British economy, and fell by 13 per cent in the two trading days post-referendum. The Iseq...
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EY reports €393m revenues in Republic of Ireland for 2021 financial year
Revenues in the Republic increased 9.5 per cent for the year up to June 2021 to €393 million, up from €359 million in the previous year