Investors may be disappointed if Europe fails to deliver on expectations of an accord to ease the burden of Ireland’s legacy banking debt, according to an International Monetary Fund official.
Irish borrowing costs fell and the country re-entered the treasury bills and long-term debt markets within weeks of EU leaders agreeing in June to examine the country’s financial sector to improve the sustainability of its aid program, according to Craig Beaumont, the IMF...
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