Last week a pretty awful one for Ireland in the bond market.
In secondary trading last Friday, ten-year bonds reached yields around 6.65,15year bonds around 6.90, before easing back a bit in later trading.
This is not sustainable, in the sense that the build-up of interest costs on future borrowing and on renewals of maturing debt would place too great an interest burden on future government revenue.
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