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Irish stocks to watch in 2015

Ireland’s Iseq share index has just finished a great year, but which Irish-listed companies will attract interest in 2015?

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
8th January, 2015
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The mood in Anglesea Street, the home of the Irish Stock Exchange, must be much better these days. While volatility crept into markets in November and December, the Iseq can boast of double-digit gains while most continental exchanges barely ended the year in positive territory. Listings have increased, trading volumes are up and several of its key members ended 2014 sitting on all-time highs.

So what stocks will be the focus of investors’ attention in 2015...

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