Aldi announces expansion plans as profits plunge
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Turnover rises slightly to top €2bn in 2021.
23 November 2022 News
Inflation and mild weather sees Origin Enterprises revenues soar
Very strong performance in Ireland and the UK helped drive results.
23 November 2022 News
More lockdowns in China threaten global economic growth
Authorities tighten restrictions in response to fresh COVID-19 outbreak.
Worker shortage in forestry sector
The near-halt of the forestry industry means skills have started to disappear.
23 November 2022 News
Inflation hits UK retail demand
Increased production costs are increasingly reflected in supermarket food price inflation, which is leading to consumers having to make choices.
18 November 2022 News
Carbery and Dairygold maintain milk prices for October
Carbery and Dairygold are the latest co-ops to announce the prices they will pay farmers for their October milk.
17 November 2022 News
John Bruton: Americans vote for the status quo in midterms
A change of control in the House will lead to some modest changes in US farm policy, writes John Bruton.
16 November 2022 Opinion
Alternative milk company's eye-watering losses as outlook sours
Oatly's third quarter results show a business in rapid decline.
16 November 2022 News
Grocery inflation hits record high of 13.4% as prices rises accelerate
Rising prices means nearly half of grocery purchases are supermarket own-brand
14 November 2022 News
New forestry premiums should 'encourage farmers' to plant
Donal Magner gauges the reaction of the forestry sector to the new Forestry Programme.
9 November 2022 Forestry
Glanbia's performance growth driven almost exclusively by price increases
Revenues at the KIlkenny-based company rose 23% in the first nine months.
3 November 2022 News
Focus on wars, inflation and interest rates
Looking at the main economic and political drivers can help reveal the direction of market sentiment for the years ahead.
2 November 2022 Markets