Maybe this might be of use?
Shane F. Whelan’s Website (Consultant Actuary) iol.ie/~swhelan/
He seems to be an academic. Maybe someone who knows about how the iseq level is determined might be able to say if this data is relevant or not?
He has a couple of graphs here: iol.ie/~swhelan/20.htm
some data here: iol.ie/~swhelan/cso.htm
CRH now makes up about a third of the exchange, I think, can anyone confirm that?
They are claiming to be ear-marked of Obama’s ‘massive stimulus package’. I know a lot of women who would like to be ‘targeted’ with that!
CRH 33.45% (dependent on US funds)
Ryanair 17.06% (dependent on low oil prices, unless they hedge successfully this time)
Elan 9.6% (dependent on not killing more of their patients)
Kerry Group 7.65% (hmmm, people always have to eat)
…and ARYZTA AG at 5.65%. Who are they? Exaccctly.
Oh, and by the way, I found the massive stimulus package comment unnecessary and sexist.
Huge pop in the Irish banks as a result of the rally monkey’s interventions…
IL&P up, count em slowly to make em last, 4 cents#
BoI up, wait for it, 1.9 cents
AIB, er, up 0 cents or 0% Must be a misprint. Should be a gazillion or something.