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EU welcomes Irish plan to sell treasury bills

The European Commission welcomed Ireland’s planned sale of treasury bills this week as a sign the “increasing confidence” in the country’s “strong record” of implementing its aid program.

3rd July, 2012
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The European Commission welcomed Ireland’s planned sale of treasury bills this week as a sign the “increasing confidence” in the country’s “strong record” of implementing its aid program, according to a commission spokesman.

Simon O’Connor, the spokesman, commented in an e-mailed response to questions today, Bloomberg reported.

Earlier, Ireland saw its bond yields fall after announcing a sale this Thursday of €500 million in three-month...

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