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Ireland 10-year yield briefly falls below 0%

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Ireland 10-year yield briefly falls below 0%

Dutch 30-year and Irish 10-year government bond yields turned negative for the first time on Monday as euro zone yields sank further amid an escalation of the U.S.-China trade and currency war and concerns about a no-deal Brexit. China on Monday l...

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Irish Central Bank raises growth forecast

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No-deal Brexit worries push Irish bond spreads to widest in over a month

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AIB profits fall as exceptional charges and rising costs bite

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Disorderly Brexit is one of the main risks to the Irish economy warns Central Bank

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Government defends bank pay curbs despite industry pressure

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Irish regulator probes nearly 200 funds over closet index tracking

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Minister outlines priorities for EIB engagement in Ireland

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Sharpest fall in Irish consumer spending in 5 years

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Irish finance minister says no-deal Brexit more likely

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Irish GDP makes strong start to 2019

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Ireland raises €1bn in dual bond sale

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Finance Minister approves activation systemic risk buffer for banks

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Wells Fargo fined in Ireland over regulatory reporting breaches

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Joint venture between 16 Credit Unions and Fexco

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