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Ireland's stocks benefit the most of any developed country from Trump win

Irish building materials firm surges almost 13 per cent in week to date, making Iseq the biggest winner

11th November, 2016

Irish stocks are set to post their biggest weekly jump since February by the close of trading today, outstripping the gains made by the markets of any other developed country.

The Iseq was this morning up as much as 5.9 per cent since the beginning of the week, as shares in CRH's Dublin holding surged 12.85 per cent since Monday, adding more than €2 billion to the company's value.

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