Saturday October 24, 2020

Stock bottom

With big names departing or on the verge of delisting, the future looks bleak for the Irish Stock Exchange

23rd October, 2010

The clear out continues.

The Irish Stock Exchange has continued its grim journey from a vibrant (if top heavy on banks) trading hub towards a potential future as a lonely equities outpost, with a number of well-known names delisting or suspending trading in recent times.

Ireland’s economic meltdown has not been kind to most Dublin-quoted companies, with the Iseq diving by almost 75 per cent from the all-time peak of 10,000, a threshold that was...

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