Although the Dublin market finished the week close to where it started, there was more than enough volatility to keep nerves frayed and confidence fragile among investors in quoted Irish companies.
The Iseq tumbled perilously close to 6,300 atone point, a fall of 5 per cent on the week and 9 per cent since the start of the year, as the index slipped towards levels not seen since 2005.
Unlike many of the recent sell-offs that have dragged the...
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