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Market report: ISEQ surges by 2.7% on ECB move, bond yields fall

The Irish stock market surged by nearly 2.7 per cent and bond yields fell as European shares climbed for a seventh day amid optimism the ECB's QE measures will spur economic growth.

23rd January, 2015
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The ISEQ gained nearly 2.7 per cent after the ECB move

The Irish stock market surged by nearly 2.7 per cent and bond yields fell as European shares climbed for a seventh day amid optimism the ECB's QE measures will spur economic growth.

By 09:45 a.m., London's FTSE 100 was up by 0.4 per cent. European bourses performed strongly with France's CAC 40 rising by 1.4 per cent while Germany's DAX gained 1.3 per cent.

In Dublin, the ISEQ added 2.7 per cent to its value. CRH was among the main movers,...

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