Friday April 10, 2020

Share report: Iseq falls 1.5%

European stocks retreated for a second day as the Bank of Japan refrained from expanding stimulus and Treasuries sank amid speculation the Federal Reserve will trim bond purchases.

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European markets fall.

European stocks retreated for a second day as the Bank of Japan refrained from expanding stimulus and Treasuries sank amid speculation the Federal Reserve will trim bond purchases.

Germany's Constitutional Court also began a review of the European Central Bank's OMT programme

Dublin’s Iseq index was down 1.5 per cent, while the FTSE in London was down 0.9 per cent. In Frankfurt, the DAX fell 1 per cent, while the CAC in Paris was down...

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