Thursday October 1, 2020

Falling dollar wipes €2.2bn from three Irish firms

More than €2.2 billion was wiped off the value of three Irish-quoted companies in the last seven days' trading on the back of concerns about the impact of the falling dollar.

2nd December, 2006

More than €2.2 billion was wiped off the value of three Irish-quoted companies in the last seven days' trading on the back of concerns about the impact of the falling dollar. CRH, AIB and Kerry Group all have a dollar exposure and have seen their share prices fall since the dollar began to fall after November 22. CRH has seen its shares fall by €1.63 since that date, wiping €878 million off the value of...

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