Share report: Iseq index up over 1%

European stocks advanced for a second day as Turkey’s central bank increased interest rates to halt a currency slide that roiled global markets.

29th January, 2014
Investors welcomed a move by Turkey to help stop a slide in emerging market currencies.

European stocks advanced for a second day as Turkey’s central bank increased interest rates to halt a currency slide that roiled global markets.

In Dublin, the Iseq index was up 1.1 per cent a short time ago. London’s FTSE rose 0.6 per cent, with Lloyds Bank, Britain’s biggest mortgage lender, adding 0.9 per cent after a report that it is moving ahead with an initial public offering of TSB. The CAC in Paris...

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