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Ireland Inc. (IRLD)


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Previous close0.21
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Volume45
Avg. volume38,207
Market cap57.31M
Beta3.33
PE ratio (TTM)-3.33
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters - UK Focus4 hours ago

    Domino's Pizza's UK store strategy fails to deliver in first half

    Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm, Domino's Pizza Group Plc, reported much lower like-for-like sales growth in the first half of the year, sending its shares tumbling 8 percent on Tuesday. The company, a franchise of U.S. company Domino's Pizza Inc , is opening 90 new stores in Britain this year, part of a strategy to increase the number of outlets in locations that are doing well in a bid to boost profitability. Domino's, which opened 40 outlets in Britain in the first half, did not disclose sales volumes, but Liberum analysts estimated volumes at mature stores fell 3 percent in the first half.

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    AFP17 hours ago

    Global markets split amid corporate earnings

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  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Ireland may need to cool economy from 2019, central bank chief warns

    Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) may need to cool parts of its economy in a couple of year, potentially by raising taxes, if ramped up public investment coincides with full employment, its central bank chief was quoted as saying on Monday. The economy has grown faster than any other in Europe for the last three years and employment is showing no sign of slowing down, with a current jobless rate of 6.3 percent down from over 15 percent five years ago. "We are not overheating now and we may not overheat because of downside risks," Governor Philip Lane told Ireland's edition of The Times newspaper in an interview, a transcript of which was published on the central bank's website.