Markets Update: ISEQ falls as wider European peers surge

Analysts are anticipating Europe’s blue-chip stocks are up 14 per cent since their October low

The ISEQ was on the back foot on Tuesday despite its wider European peers soaring as a series of economic data and interest rate decisions start to dominate the markets picture this week.

Dublin’s ISEQ All Share started 9.6 points lower, or 0.11 per cent, at 8,508 points on Tuesday morning brought down by property companies and banks. Ires REIT, Permanent TSB, Cairn Homes and AIB were all over 1 per cent lower.

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