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European shares advance most since February

Irish shares rose by more than 3% as Ryanair gained over 6%

20th June, 2016
European shares rose the most since February

All major western European stock markets climbed as a poll from Survation for the Mail on Sunday newspaper, the first one taken after the murder of pro-European Union lawmaker Jo Cox, showed 45 per cent of the respondents backed a “Remain,” while 42 per cent preferred to leave the EU.

Among the top Irish performers, Ryanair shares surged by more than six per cent, Paddy Power Betfair was up by nearly six per cent while...

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