Share report: ISEQ falls 1.9%
Ireland's ISEQ has ended another poor day's trading with a loss of 1.9 per cent, as fears about Spain and Greece dominate.
Irish shares fell in line with the rest of Europe and the US as fears re-emerged about a debt crisis in Europe.
Spain denied rumours of a deposit run on Bankia bank, but the bank's shares still ended the day with a loss of 14 per cent, after falling 11 per cent yesterday.
There was an unconfirmed report of a looming downgrade of Spanish banks my credit rating agency Moody's.
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