Thursday June 4, 2020

Ireland's 10-year bond yield falls to record low of 0.6%

World stock markets continue to regain lost Brexit ground

29th June, 2016
ISEQ gains again as world markets bounce back Pic:Getty

Ireland's 10-year government bond yield dropped to a record low of 0.6 per cent in morning trading today as peripheral European markets benefitted from speculation that the European Central Bank could further ease monetary policy in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

Yields on the benchmark 10-year government bond, due 2026, traded as low as 0.601 per cent, down from their previous record low of 0.614 per cent set in April last...

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