Ireland's 10 year bond yield hits a record low

Ireland's 10 year bond yield has declined to a record low of 3.018 per cent this morning.

12th March, 2014
Ireland's 10 year bond yield has fallen steadily. Chart shows the movement year to date.

Ireland's 10 year bond yield has declined to a record low of 3.018 per cent this morning.

The previous low was set on September 22nd 2005 when the bond yield hit 3.02 per cent.

The record low yield comes just a day before the National Treasury Management Agency is to raise €1 billion in an auction of 10-year bonds and just three months after Ireland became the first euro zone country to exit an EU/IMF bailout.

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