Irish market lags other peripherals
Irish equities were among the worst performers among developed markets in April, completely missing a strong rally in other peripheral eurozone countries.
Irish equities were among the worst performers among developed markets in April, completely missing a strong rally in other peripheral eurozone countries and barely registering a positive result in a month when most indices posted strong gains.
Irish shares increased just 0.01 per cent last month while stocks in Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal - the weakest economies in the eurozone - powered ahead with gains of more than 10 per cent, according to data...
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