ISEQ in slow but steady comeback

The ISEQ index of Irish shares climbed 17.50 points to 6392.50 in a slow but steady comeback this afternoon.

Banking stocks saw a mixed day in general without any major losses. Bank of Ireland proved the least impressive performer losing 4c off its shares to stand at €8.76 by close. AIB in the best performers category totted up 18c per share at €13.60.

Anglo close behind made 9c gains at €9.40 while IL&P failed to make any ripples staying on €11.40.

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