Share report: Iseq heavyweights drive Dublin on

European stocks dropped from a six-year high on concern about Chinese growth but Ireland’s Iseq raced ahead.

25th February, 2014
Dublin's Iseq rose 1.2%.

European stocks dropped from a six-year high on concern about Chinese growth but Ireland’s Iseq raced ahead.

Across Europe, investors’ screens showed a sea of red, with the FTSE in London leading the fall, down 0.9 per cent a short time ago. In Germany the DAX was down 0.5 per cent, as was the CAC in Paris. Vivendi, the French company preparing to spin off its phone business SFR, slipped 4.7 percent after...

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