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Ireland has better chance of market return, says Fitch

Ireland’s chances of returning to the bond market before its aid programme runs out at the end of next year improved after European leaders agreed to let bailout funds recapitalise banks directly, Fitch Ratings said.

4th July, 2012

Ireland’s chances of returning to the bond market before its aid programme runs out at the end of next year improved after European leaders agreed to let bailout funds recapitalise banks directly, Fitch Ratings said.

“There is a better chance for Ireland now to return to the market,” Gergely Kiss, a director in Fitch’s Sovereign Rating Group in London, said in a phone interview today. “What we saw at the end of last...

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