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Irish bonds and others improve on Draghi plan

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is betting this time is different, and plunging bond yields for Spain and Italy suggest investors agree.

7th September, 2012
The initial market reaction suggests it has faith in ECB president Mario Draghi (above), said one analayst.

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is betting this time is different, and plunging bond yields for Spain and Italy suggest investors agree.

Ireland’s bond is also benefitting and was down over 9.3 basis points to 5.598 per cent a short time ago. Spain’s 10-year bond yield below 6 per cent for the first time in four months and stood at 5.728 per cent a short time ago, down 23.2 basis points. Italy’s 10-year bond...

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