Ireland returns to public debt markets following an almost two-year absence amid speculation that European efforts to ease the financial burden of nations that received bailouts will lure investors.
The National Treasury Management Agency plans to sell €500 million of bills due in October, the first auction since September 2010, it said two days ago.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is betting that investor confidence can be restored after policy makers agreed at last week’s summit in Brussels...
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