Irish bonds sold at negative yield for the first time

Irish bonds sold at negative yield for the first time
The NTMA building Pic: RollingNews.ie

The NTMA sold five-year bonds at a negative yield, meaning investors are paying to lend to Ireland

Ireland successfully sold €750 million of bonds at auction this morning with five-year bonds sold at a negative yield for the first time, effectively meaning investors are paying to lend to Ireland.

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