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Iseq’s creeping stock market crash

It was all doom and gloom on the Dublin exchange last week, as virtually all the major players in the Irish market saw their share prices lose heavily.

24th November, 2007

It was all doom and gloom on the Dublin exchange last week, as virtually all the major players in the Irish market saw their share prices lose heavily.

Death by a thousand cuts finally gave way to a frenzied knife attack. Investors last week, tired of the slow, painful decline that had taken hold of the Irish stock market, piled on the agony with a sudden, sharp dose of heavy selling.

The Dublin exchange moved...

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