Shares finish week on a high note

European shares rose as China’s slowest expansion in three years fueled speculation policy makers will add to stimulus measures and Italy’s borrowing costs fell at an auction.

13th July, 2012
Shares finish week on a high note
Dublin's ISEQ index was up 1.1 per cent.

European shares rose as China’s slowest expansion in three years fueled speculation policy makers will add to stimulus measures and Italy’s borrowing costs fell at an auction.

In Dublin, the ISEQ index was up a healthy 1.1 per cent to 3,189. Some of the main gainers were Permanent TSB Group, Independent News & Media, Bank of Ireland, Kenmare Resources and C&C. The biggest fallers were Ormonde Mining, Aminex and Providence Resources.

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