Friday October 23, 2020

'An incredible year' for the Irish Stock Exchange

Ireland's Iseq index had a bumper year in 2012 and was up 17 per cent year to date by close of business on Friday.

23rd December, 2012

Ireland's Iseq index had a bumper year in 2012 and was up 17 per cent year to date by close of business on Friday. The success of Ireland's booming food industry was a key factor ensuring that the Irish Stock Exchange performed ahead of many other indices.

When drugmaker Elan's share price, a poor performer this year and a heavyweight stock in the index, is stripped out, the Iseq has seen a rise of about 20 per...

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