Croke Park rejection could cause "uncertainty" in bond markets

The certain rejection by public sector trade unions of the extension of the Croke Park agreement following a Siptu vote yesterday is a setback to Ireland’s bid to exit its bailout, said some analysts.

17th April, 2013

The certain rejection by public sector trade unions of the extension of the Croke Park agreement following a Siptu vote yesterday is a setback to Ireland’s bid to exit its bailout, said some analysts.

“The rejection of the deal raises the prospect of industrial action and disruption in the public sector for the first time during this crisis,” said Owen Callan, an analyst at Danske Bank, in Dublin. “We would expect some negative...

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