ISEQ remains stable

The ISEQ index of Irish share held steady this morning, moving up just 0.90 of a point to 6,463.

Grafton, who reported that the reduction in new housing that started in 2007 has gather pace in an interim managing report today, were down €0.01 to €5.40.

The financial institutions all fared well in the early session.

AIB were up €0.10 to €14.10 while Anglo jumped €0.30 to €9.97.

IL&P also moved up €0.28 to €11.20 while BoI were also up €0.08 to €9.25.

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