Market Talk with Ian Guider

How long Ireland can borrow money at super-low levels remains to be seen. This will have big implications

9th July, 2017

A senior banking executive whose institution has since departed these shores was fond of telling a story to most people he met. He recalled, not long after the bank guarantee in 2008, being personally contacted by an elderly individual who wanted to place a significant six-figure deposit with his institution, but would only do so after a long chat about the bank’s credit rating, the outlook for deposit rates, and where Ireland’s sovereign bond yields...

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