Little movement for ISEQ

Little movement for ISEQ

The ISEQ index of Irish shares inched down 4.40 points to 3,027.98 today.

The financials all did well. Allied Irish Banks led the way, climbing 12c to €1.35. Both Irish Life and Permanent and Bank of Ireland climbed 9c to finish on €3.16 and €1.44 respectively.

The biggest gain came for Icon, which soared 75c to €15.75. Irish Continental Group (up 40c to €14.20) and Paddy Power (up 20c to €24.20) both did well.

There were some significant losses elsewhere however. CRH slid 29c to €19.20. DCC was down 11c to €19.67 and FBD lost 10c to €6.68.

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