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French bank gives Irish stocks more opportunities

French bank Societe Generale is to extend its offering of covered warrants on Irish stocks in the new year, despite a slow take-up of the Irish versions of its specialist derivative instruments that were launched in recent months, writes David Clerki

15th December, 2007

French bank Societe Generale is to extend its offering of covered warrants on Irish stocks in the new year, despite a slow take-up of the Irish versions of its specialist derivative instruments that were launched in recent months, writes David Clerkin.

The warrants, which are similar to contracts for difference (CFDs) but are traded on the London Stock Exchange, allow investors to speculate on movements in the share prices of six Irish stocks - CRH,...

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