Slight gain for ISEQ

Slight gain for ISEQ

The ISEQ index of Irish shares added 8.43 points today, closing at 3,340.17.

On the risers' board, Aryzta added 35c to €27.90; CRH was up 18c to €19.05; Grafton Group lifted 11c to €3.79; Origin Enterprises was up 5c to €2.75 and Glanbia rose 4c to €2.84.

Among the fallers, Kingspan dropped 18c to €6.15; FBD lost 13c to €7.52; C&C shed 12c to €2.80; Smurfit Kappa fell 11c to €5.29; Paddy Power shed 9c to €21.35; INM closed down 4c at €0.24 and Ryanair also fell 4c, to €3.38.

Among the financials, AIB slipped 1c to €3.23 and Irish Life & Permanent dropped 22c to €5.67, but Bank of Ireland lifted 19c, to €3.27.

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