European stocks fell, after a late-day selloff in US equity benchmarks, as corporate earnings reports proved worse-than-expected.
The fall of 1.1 per cent in Dublin’s ISEQ index was sharper than in other European markets as Ryanair fell 5.6 per cent. Yesterday it was reported that Ryanair’s offer to offset competition concerns connected to its bid for Aer Lingus had failed to sway competition authorities.
In London, the FTSE index was down 0.5 per...
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