Bond investors should buy longer term Irish debt - Glas

Bond investors should sell Ireland’s 2014 bonds and instead buy Irish debt that matures in 2017 and 2020, Dublin-based fixed-income firm Glas Securities.

1st August, 2012

Bond investors should sell Ireland’s 2014 bonds and instead buy Irish debt that matures in 2017 and 2020, Dublin-based fixed-income firm Glas Securities.

With the exception of Portugal, Irish bonds have the steepest yield curve in Europe for bonds dated 2014 and 2020, Glas said. It said that either shorter-dated Irish bonds are too expensive or five to eight year debt is too cheap but it is most likely a combination of both.

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