Irish - Irish Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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Prev Close7.00
Bid0.00 x 82700
Ask0.00 x 56800
Day's Range7.00 - 7.05
52wk Range7.00 - 7.05
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  • Reuters2 years ago

    Corporate Ireland starts to cash in on post-bailout rebound

    Ireland's largest listed companies are confident over half a decade of weak earnings, gloomy outlooks and shrinking dividends are behind them and that the economic upturn under way is sustainable and sensible. That came against an improving economic backdrop following Ireland's completion of a European Union/International Monetary Fund bailout, with unemployment falling below the euro zone average, consumer sentiment hitting a near seven-year high and mortgage arrears stabilising. "We're probably more confident about the Irish economy than we have been in any time in the last six years, and the last six years have been very tough for us all, for Irish people and for Irish companies," Andrew Langford, chief executive of general insurer FBD, told Reuters. While the Irish market is of less significance to major international players like builder's supplier CRH and airline Ryanair than ever before, FBD is one of the few Dublin-listed companies that are 100 percent geared to recovery at home.

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