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Market Talk: The great Irish stock market exodus

With so many of our big companies preferring to remain private, what does it say about the way we do business in this country?

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

23rd June, 2019

When it lists on the stock market in a few weeks, healthcare services company Uniphar will be a very welcome boost to Euronext Dublin, as the former Irish Stock Exchange is now called.

Since the pan-European market operator acquired the ISE in 2016 for €130 million, few new companies have joined the Dublin exchange.

If anything, more have left in the past year, or are signalling their departures.

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