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MGN Market research has found that the Irish market has been trending towards positive sentiment since the Brexit vote.
It is expected that MGN will hit a new high of 1.0% on Friday.
The firm is currently sitting at an average of 0.9%.
MGN also published a new report in which it forecast a 2% drop in the annual revenue in 2018 from 2018.
This would represent a gain of around €1 billion on the previous year.
MGT is currently forecasting a 2.5% drop on the same year.
The firm’s head of research, Peter Mott, said the figures represented “solid” growth and said that MGH’s recent results “should reassure customers”.
“The figures are a significant boost for the company’s prospects in the short term and the company is well placed to meet the challenges of Brexit in 2019 and beyond,” he said.
“With our research and forecasting being in the region of the 2% decline from 2018, it is likely that MGH’s 2019 performance will be in line with our forecasts.”
We are also very confident that the UK Government’s approach to Brexit will not adversely impact our growth prospects for 2019 and 2020.”MGH said it is now targeting a 6% drop in revenue in 2019, down from its target of 6.5%.
It said its guidance for 2019 would be driven by the “challenges facing UK-Ireland relations, with a focus on the Brexit process and its impact on the Irish economy”.
MGM said its UK sales are up by 0.5%, which is a decline of 1%.
In 2018, MMG’s UK sales were up by 2.2%, a gain in revenue of €1.5 billion.
In 2019, the company said its revenue was up by 3.7%, up by €1 million.
However, in 2018, MGH reported a loss of €832 million, a loss that it blamed on a failure to attract and retain the right talent.
Earlier this month, a senior MGN executive said that the company has lost €1bn on its UK business and that the result was a “mixed bag”.
Mr Mott said that he is “optimistic” that the “Brexit effect” will be “substantially” reduced and that he thinks Mgn will remain profitable.”
The impact of Brexit on MGN’s business has been positive, but we need to be cautious in the long term.”MGN said that it expects to gain €2.5bn from its sales in 2019.