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Most-wanted and least-loved stocks as investors eye 2018

Applegreen Fuel forecourt Applegreen, whose shares surged 29 per cent last year, is among the most widely tipped Irish stocks among analysts for 2018, as the Irish economy continues to grow and the group expands further in the UK and the north-eastern US. Merrion Capital expects the company’s operating profits to grow by between 15 […]

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Iseq hits eight-month high as global markets cheer growth indicators

Irish shares rose to an eight-month high on Thursday, driven by CRH, Kingspan and Bank of Ireland, as equity markets globally surged on the back of strong data from the world’s largest economies. The Iseq overall index advanced 0.8 per cent to 7,126.57, a level last seen in May, while the pan-European Stoxx 600 index […]

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Iseq hits 8-month high as global markets cheer growth indicators

Irish shares rose to an eight-month high on Thursday, driven by CRH, Kingspan and Bank of Ireland, as equity markets globally surged on the back of strong data from the world’s largest economies. The Iseq overall index advanced 0.8 per cent to 7,126.57, a level last seen in May, while the pan-European Stoxx 600 index […]

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Cairn Homes leads Iseq 20 on house price hopes

Cairn Homes and C&C led Irish large-caps higher, as the wider Iseq overall index stood out as a bright spot in Europe as traders returned to their desks for the first session of the new year. The Iseq overall index added 0.2 per cent to 7,054.55, recovering most of the ground lost on Friday, while […]

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CRH, Applegreen, Smurfit Kappa top Davy investment list

CRH has topped the list of companies whose shares securities firm Davy said have the potential to increase in price by more than 10 per cent during 2018. Davy compiles an annual “convictions” list from the 120 companies it covers, pinpointing the stocks that its research team considers are most likely to climb in value. […]

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Light trading volumes on last business day of 2017

Trading was light on the last business day of 2017, with a number of markets closing early ahead of the New Year holiday. Stocks ended the year ahead and the euro looked set to go out on a high against the dollar. DUBLIN AIB closed 1.46 per cent ahead at €5.50 at the end of […]

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Kingspan, Dalata lead Iseq 20 gainers in 2017

Kingspan has emerged as the top gainer on in the Iseq 20 index in 2017, gaining almost 43 per cent as the insulation group continued to shrug off concerns over Brexit and strike at least €620 million of acquisition deals internationally. While the Cavan-based company initially plunged as UK voters decided in June 2016 to […]

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CRH and Ryanair rise in sluggish Dublin market

Major global stock markets were little changed on Wednesday, hovering near recent record highs, while US treasury yields held close to multi-month peaks as a $1.5 trillion US tax reform bill approached the finish line in Washington. The Republican-led US House of Representatives gave final approval to the legislation later on Wednesday, which would enact […]

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CRH and Ryanair rise in sluggishness Dublin market

Major global stock markets were little changed on Wednesday, hovering near recent record highs, while US treasury yields held close to multi-month peaks as a $1.5 trillion US tax reform bill approached the finish line in Washington. The Republican-led US House of Representatives gave final approval to the legislation later on Wednesday, which would enact […]

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Ryanair and H&M lead European equities lower

Global equities painted a mixed picture on Friday with Ireland’s benchmark index underperforming its European counterparts. The Irish stock exchange overall index closed down by 0.52 per cent while, across the pond, Britain’s major index climbed higher, reversing earlier losses thanks to a sliding pound and buoyant oil stocks. Across Europe, Ryanair and H&M were […]

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