Ireland reportedly drew at least €7B in bids in its first sale of 10-year notes since the 2010...


Ireland reportedly drew at least €7B in bids in its first sale of 10-year notes since the 2010 bailout. The paper was priced to yield 245 bps more than mid-swaps - suggesting a yield of 4.25-4.35% - and the government hopes to move about €3B worth. IRL +13.4% YTD.

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