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Face of Iseq dramatically transformed in five years

The shrinkage of one-time top Irish stocks reflects the massive value-destruction of recent years

1st January, 2011

The transformation in the Irish economy in the last four years has been painful and dramatic. But nowhere has it shown itself more readily than in the performance and shrinkage of the companies listed on the Irish stockmarket.

The destruction of shareholder value, particularly in banking stocks, has been enormous.

But the longer-term structural changes in the make-up of the leading stocks quoted on the Irish Stock Exchange have now begun to show.

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