ISEQ marginally down

ISEQ marginally down

The ISEQ index of Irish shares closed down 3.42 points to 2,943.83, a drop of 0.12%.

Among the fallers, Aryzta shed 84c to €30.48; Aer Lingus was down 2c to €0.94; Kerry Group dropped 35c to €24.55 and Ryanair slipped 12c to €3.84.

On the risers' board, FBD added 14c to €6.94; Kingspan was up 8c to €5.56; Paddy Power lifted 19c to €27.50, Smurfit Kappa climbed 8c to €7.95 and Tullow Oil was up 28c to €15.04.

Banking stocks were mixed, with AIB unchanged at €0.95 but both Bank of Ireland and Irish Life & Permanent adding 6c, to €0.84 and €1.63 respectively.

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