September 21, 2010 at 07:20 AM EDT
Irish Borrowing Costs Fall from Record High
Irish borrowing costs fell from a record high as concerns about the country's fiscal problems eased. Ireland sold a total of 1.5 billion euros ($2 billion) of bonds Tuesday, paying a yield of 6.02% on 8-year bonds and 4.77% on 4-year bonds, The Associated Press reported. Sponsored Links adsonar_placementId=1505951;adsonar_pid=1990767;adsonar_ps=-1;adsonar_zw=242;adsonar_zh=252;adsonar_jv='ads.tw.adsonar.com'; The country's borrowing costs hit a record high of 6.56% on Monday, as investors fretted about the cost of bank... Continue reading Irish Borrowing Costs Fall from Record High Irish Borrowing Costs Fall from Record High originally appeared on DailyFinance on Tue, 21 Sep 2010 07:20:00. Filed Under: Economy , People , Investing , Taxes , Credit , Currency Permalink | Tweet this! | Comments
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