DUBLIN, Feb 11 Ireland sold 1 billion euros of 2026 bonds at its first auction of the year on Thursday at a yield of just under 1 percent with bids worth over 1.8 billion euros, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) said.
The agency sold 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion) of 10-year debt in a syndicated deal in January, and says it plans total issuance of between 6 billion and 10 billion euros of long-term bonds in 2016. IRISH BOND AUCTIONS 11/02/2016 08/10/2015 TREASURY BOND 1 PCT / 2026 2.4 PCT / 2030 SALE AMOUNT 1 bln...
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