Iseq in the firing line

Grumbling about yet more rain was a popular pastime last week, but for fund managers and investors with exposure to Irish stocks, it was a fresh round of the Chinese water torture that has plagued the Dublin market all year that was exercising minds

14th July, 2007

Grumbling about yet more rain was a popular pastime last week, but for fund managers and investors with exposure to Irish stocks, it was a fresh round of the Chinese water torture that has plagued the Dublin market all year that was exercising minds most of all.

Those in the business of inflicting pain have been divided for centuries between the merits of short, sharp shocks and the more protracted, and perhaps more devastating, psychological...

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