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NTMA sells €500m of T-Bills at 0.55% yield

The National Treasury Management Agency has sold €500 million of Irish Treasury Bills with a yield of 0.55 per cent.

15th November, 2012
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NTMA headquarters in Dublin.

The National Treasury Management Agency has sold €500 million of Irish Treasury Bills with a yield of 0.55 per cent.

The NTMA said that total bids received amounted to €2.06 billion which was 4.12 times the amount on offer. The bills on offer will mature on February 18th 2013 and will be the last sold by the NTMA in 2012.

This is the fourth sale of T-Bills, as they are known, by the NTMA in recent months. In its...

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