Rocky road ahead for companies of Ireland Inc

In the aftermath of Brexit, is there a raft of profit warnings on the way?

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
10th July, 2016
For plenty of Irish companies, the fallout from Brexit has been decidedly mixed

‘What impact does Brexit have on our business?” DCC chief executive Tommy Breen wondered aloud to this newspaper in November of last year.

“We think probably relatively modest because I’d say that we don’t trade really across borders. I think where we are at the moment I don’t think it makes much material impact on our business.”

So far, Breen’s prediction has been borne out...

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