ISEQ slightly ahead in quiet morning's trading

The ISEQ index of Irish shares was valued at 2,201.31 at 11am this morning, an increase of 7.36 points or 0.34%.

In a morning of little movement, two of the major banks, AIB and Bank of Ireland, increased 2c, to 62c and 54c respectively, while Irish Life & Permanent was unchanged at €1.10.

Elsewhere, big movers were thin on the ground, with the major changes being Elan, down 18c to €5.10, and DCC, which gained 20c to €11.60.

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