ISEQ down at close

ISEQ down at close

The ISEQ index of Irish shares closed down 24.47 points to 2,782.64, a drop of 0.87%.

Banking stocks were among those on a downward trend, with AIB down 5c to €0.76, Bank of Ireland down 4c to €0.72 and Irish Life & Permanent sliding 11c to €1.69.

Elsewhere CRH closed down 22c to €13.45; FBD slipped 13c to €6.68; Smurfit Kappa lost 9c to €7.43; DCC closed down 8c at €20.17 and Kingspan shed 5c to €5.55.

On the risers' board, Tullow Oil added 33c to €14.35; Kerry Group was up 14c to €25.84 and Grafto Group added 6c to €2.91.

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