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Iseq down 2.3% as US-Russia tensions build over Ukraine

UPDATE: European stocks continued their decline today as investors weighed rising tensions between the US and Russia over eastern Ukraine. In Dublin, the Iseq dropped 2.3%

8th April, 2014
The US has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of instigating further unrest in Ukraine

European stocks continued their decline today as investors weighed escalating tensions between the United States and Russia over eastern Ukraine.

In Dublin, by 15:50 p.m., the Iseq index had tumbled 2.3 per cent, significantly more than most other European indexes.

Allied Irish Bank and Petroceltic were both down nearly 5.0 per cent, while Ryanair and Kingspan Group were down just over 4.0 per cent.

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