09:55, 1 September 2014 by Jane O’Sullivan
European shares were little changed as investors considered economic data from Germany and China and as EU governments agreed to impose further sanctions on Russia.
By 09:50 a.m., the FTSE 100 was down 0.2 per cent, French shares lost 0.4 per cent while Germany’s DAX was 0.3 per cent lower.
In Dublin, the ISEQ bucked the trend to stand 0.5 per cent higher.
Aer Lingus, up 1%
FBD down 2.6%
Ryanair, up 2.2%