Thursday June 4, 2020

Profit & Loss special

So, which companies are making money? And which companies are not?

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

11th February, 2018
Martin Keane in the Iveagh Markets on Francis Street: his company made a pre-tax profit of €4.7 millionMarc O’Sullivan

Shay Murtagh Precast, a concrete firm, saw its sales rise from €33.2 million in 2016 to €45.7 million in 2017, though its pre-tax profits inched down from €4.39 million to €4.28 million.

The company saw its costs rise from €28.7 million to €41.3 million.

The bulk of the company’s sales were in Europe, where it made €32.4 million, with €13.2 million generated in Ireland - compared to €27.9 million and €5.3 million respectively in 2016....

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