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Dublin’s Iseq index fell 0.5 per cent as Elan and AIB both fell more than 5 per cent.

24th April, 2013
Dublin’s Iseq index fell 0.5 per cent.

Dublin’s Iseq index fell 0.5 per cent as Elan and AIB both fell more than 5 per cent.

The fall came as other European markets rose for a fourth with companies from PSA Peugeot Citroen to Volkswagen posting results and speculation mounting that the European Central Bank will cut interest rates, offsetting worse-than-estimated German business confidence data.

In London, the FTSE rose 0.4 per cent, while in Paris the CAC was up 1.6 per cent....

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