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The week ahead in business: Ryanair and Greencore results and the Property Industry Ireland annual conference


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The airline reported a profit after tax of €2.18bn in the six months to the end of September, up 59pc from the same period last year.

Passenger numbers jumped 11pc to 105.4 million, according to Ryanair’s half-year results.

Convenience food maker Greencore, whose CEO is Dalton Philips, will also publish its results for the first half of its financial year tomorrow.

The business recorded revenues of £1.9bn in its previous financial year, up 10pc last year.

This followed falling inflation, volume growth, rising prices and new business wins.

Pre-tax profits at the company rose 13.6pc to £45.2m across the year.

Property Industry Ireland will host its annual conference on Wednesday at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Dublin.

This year’s event will look to address the main challenges facing the sector in Ireland today.

Banking and Payments Federation Ireland will host a briefing on the digital euro on Thursday at their offices in Dublin.

The event will look to provide an insight into the developments around the digital euro and the impact it will have on banks, fintech companies and consumers across the country.

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) will publish the wholesale price index on Wednesday. This report will share an update on wholesale electricity prices, which are the prices utility firms pay electricity generators for power.

These prices were up 2.4pc in the month to March this year but plummeted 40.3pc lower than March last year, last month’s report revealed.

The CSO’s labour force survey for the first three months of 2024 will be released on Thursday.

The most recent report, which focused on the final quarter of 2023, showed that the employment rate stood at 74pc in the period.

Unemployment in the three-month period stood at 4.2pc, up slightly from 4.1pc reported a year earlier.

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