ISEQ falls 14 points

The Irish Stock Exchange has had a quiet morning's trading so far.

The ISEQ stood at 2,406.66 at 10.45am after a 14.33, or 0.59%, fall.

The financials contributed to the decrease with insurance giant FBD Holdings down 11c to €6.30, while Irish Life and Permanent slipped three cents to €1.66.

Bank of Ireland went down one cent to €0.65, while AIB was stable on €0.85.

Paddy Power continued the downturn with a 13c stumble to €14.34, but Ryanair is the biggest faller after going down 15c to €3.30.

Construction firm CRH bucked the trend after climbing 18c to €17.

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