ISEQ marginally down

ISEQ marginally down

The ISEQ index of Irish shares closed down 4.08 points to 2,657.08 today, a drop of 0.15%.

Among the fallers were Aryzta, down 84c to €32.36; Kerry Group, dropping 30c to €25.55; Kingspan, 21c off at €5.53, and CRH, also down 21c, to €12.14.

On the risers' board, DCC added 17c to €21.22 and Elan and C&C were both up 8c, to €3.96 and €3.25 respectively.

Banking stocks were also on the front foot, with AIB up 5c to €0.55, Bank of Ireland adding 4c to €0.57 and Irish Life & Permanent up 1c to €1.37.

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