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# Government Bonds

All time
AIB says payment ‘will be made’ following rumours of default on bond interest repayments
Irish bonds break all-time high – just after coalition deal is published
ECB bought €2.7bn of bonds last week alone
Traders say ECB buying bonds, despite Trichet silence
Breathing room for Ireland as bonds fall under 8%
Dept of Finance: no comment on IMF deal rumours
ECB steps in to buy Irish bonds - and the price keeps rising
Irish-German bond spread surges past 5%
7.4% - investors fall away as government default fears continue
Government borrowing costs take yet another spike
Uh-oh: two days after reining in, bond yields explode again
Bond yields dip under 6% on Budget consensus briefings
Fitch downgrade hits cost of borrowing - yet again
Bond yields creep back up on Moody's rumours
Cowen admits bond cancellation is because of high yields
Bond markets respond favourably to Anglo finality
EC assurance over bailout does little to soothe bonds
ECB step in, again - as bond rates hit new record, again
Lenihan to publish final Anglo bill by Friday
ECB 'prepared countries to raise cash for Ireland' - newspaper
Bond prices explode - again - after earlier reining-in
ECB holds off on intervention as bonds breach 6.55%
NTMA sells off another €400m of government debt
Bonds hold steady as auction calms investors
Auction a ‘relative success’ as NTMA raises €1.5bn
Bond yield hits 6.5% amid heave rumours
IMF says it doesn't think Ireland needs its help
Bonds hit all-time record as default fears continue
Gold and 10-year bonds reach new market highs
Was Cowengate to blame for a second spike in bond prices?
Bond yields dive on news of Anglo restructuring plan
Irish bond yields continue to however well above 6%
Bond prices shoot past 6% in early trading
Cowen asks for calm over bond market ‘ebbs and flows’
The internet asks: why no coverage of the bond crisis?
Is Ireland about to become the second domino to fall?
Irish bonds suffer on Anglo 'haircut' report
Moody's downgrade hits as NTMA forced into higher interest