ISEQ plummets amid recession fears

The ISEQ index of Irish shares was down today, dropping 105.45 points to 5,289.11.

On a day when the Economic and Social Research Institute has warned that Ireland is facing into its first economic recession since 1983 the financial institutions all took a hit on the trading floor.

AIB fell €0.17 to €9.73 while Anglo slipped €0.13 to €6.62.

IL&P slumped €0.12 to €8.60 while BoI was down €0.15 to €5.90.

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