The Irish newspaper has released a new report into the hottest Irish business sectors, and according to the report the city has the 10 hottest in the country.
It says the Dublin stock market has the highest annual growth rate, with the average value per share increasing by almost 3% in the past year.
The report comes after the Irish Stock Exchange saw its first fall in 24 months, and there have been warnings about a repeat of the crisis in 2018 that saw a global meltdown in the Irish stock market.
The top 10 in the report are as follows:Dublin’s most valuable companies are:Dublinershare: €3.4bn, with a market value of €3,854 million.
Its main competitors are:Walgreens: €2.9bn, valued at €1,066 million.
Its main competitors in the area are:Shopping mall operator Aldi: €1.6bn, worth €1 billion.
Its biggest competitors in Ireland are:Door-to-door supermarket operator Welsbriand: €943 million, valued by the company at €5.6 billion.
It’s main rival is:Shoppers’ clothing chain Tod’s: €743 million.
It has also reported the top 10 most valuable Irish companies.
The top 10 Irish companies are as follow:The report is based on data from Euromonitor International, which looks at more than 600 companies across all sectors, including retail, real estate, manufacturing and hospitality.