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This year
Palestinian campaigners condemn delay to bill to prevent Irish investment in Israeli settlements
The bill would stop the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund from investing in companies that operate in the occupied territories.
Interest rate on some State Savings products to rise for first time in almost 16 years
This follows six interest rate hits by the European Central Bank since last summer.
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Ireland makes final repayment on £3.2 billion crash-era loan from the UK, says NTMA
Dating back to 2010, the loan formed part of the EU-IMF bailout
Stripe to create over 1,000 jobs in Ireland after $600 million investment
The company is now valued at $95 billion.
NTMA withdraws Davy's authority to act as primary dealer of Irish government bonds
The pressure has ramped up on Davy after last week’s fine levied by the Central Bank.
Interest rates on State savings schemes and Prize Bond Fund to be reduced
The NTMA said that the new rates “reflect the reductions in interest rates in both Sovereign bond yields and the retail savings market”.
Explainer: Everything you've always wanted to know about bonds but were afraid to ask
The National Treasury Management Agency auctioned €1.5 billion of Irish government bonds last week.
'The chances of a recession in Ireland are 100%', says NTMA
Ireland has paid €60 billion interest on its national debt over the last 10 years.
Prize bond fund reaches record amount - and over 200,000 people won last year
In 2018, gross sales reached €574 million and pushed the total value of the fund up to €3.4 billion.
We now know who'll be holding onto the Apple billions that are destined for Ireland
The money will be held in an escrow account subject to an appeal by Ireland.
Ireland is looking for someone to hold onto the €15 billion from Apple's tax bill
The State is appealing the bill but will still need to collect the money first.
The NTMA website is still down after an attempted hack this morning
The National Treasury Management Agency detected a hack earlier this morning.
The State is taking a €35 million punt on a huge new wind energy venture
The energy fund is set to start work on several wind farms in Ireland this year.
The bizarre story of how Gaddafi almost bought a big chunk of Bank of Ireland
Irish government officials went to Libya to talk about a potential deal – but Libya didn’t feel ‘comfortable’ with Ireland’s handling of the financial crisis.
Why was this man left outside the room on the night of the guarantee?
Brendan McDonagh spent four hours at government buildings on the night of 29 September 2008.
Ireland is now really thinking about what happens if Greece leaves the eurozone
The government has confirmed talks with the Central Bank and the NTMA about the implications of Greece exiting the eurozone.
Money from dormant accounts to be used to fund drug prevention services
Funding will also be provided for groups supporting disability services and home carers.
Hmmm... the Government is doing a LOT of investing in Irish Water
€300 million’s worth at last count…
Here's €150 million that we WON'T be paying out next year
Take that… IMF interest payments.
Thanks, lads: Standard and Poor's has upgraded Ireland to an A
We’re still five notches below the highest ranking though.
The Banking Inquiry has started contacting potential witnesses, but who?
Former ECB President Jean Claude Trichet has previously said that he will not appear before the committee.
Here's how much the NTMA made from selling a bond today
There was over €8bn in bids, but how much did the Agency get?
NTMA meets Irish 'debt repayment milestone'
Agency’s latest figures show that it has repaid 43% of its senior debt liabilities ahead of schedule.
Cashing in: the NTMA has raised another €500 million from the markets
Ireland has now raised €7 billion of its €8 billion target for the year, locking in low rates while they’re on offer.
The NTMA has cut its payback requirements for 2016 by €2 billion
The move makes Ireland’s debt repayment schedule easier to handle.
What do our bond yields actually mean?
Yields. Oversubscription. Treasury Bonds. What does it all mean?
Record low yield in €750 million bond sale
The NTMA has now raised nearly 80 per cent of this year’s target.
Europe predicts growth and less unemployment for Ireland
The European Commission predicted 1.4 per cent growth for 2014 and employment growth of 2.4 per cent.
We should be worried about low inflation, says NTMA chief
Moody’s ratings agency “delayed on the way down and on the way up” on Irish debt.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Everyone’s talking about a teenager drowning in a reservoir, a Dublin shooting, and tensions in Ukraine…
Ireland's bond yields are almost as good as Belgium's, so we're moving the right way - NTMA
NTMA CEO John Corrigan also says that over 70 per cent of Ireland’s funding for 2014 has already been raised.
Here are the Merrill Lynch reports that underestimated the bank bailout by €47bn
These are the full documents prepared for the Department of Finance and the National Treasury Management Agency at the height of the crisis.
NTMA grabs €500m from markets
Ireland looks likely to continue cash raising drive as low interest rates persist.
Sold: NTMA sells €1 billion worth of Irish government debt
The yield of 2.967% is less than was previously expected.
Bond sale marks 'normalisation' of Ireland
NTMA to seek up €1bn from capital markets this week.
Markets react positively to Ireland's credit rating upgrade
NTMA Chief Executive John Corrigan says it opens Ireland up to a ‘new universe’ of investors.
IT experts say your NTMA Prize Bonds password may not be stored securely
While no sensitive information is accessible on, customer’s emails and passwords could be easily revealed if the website was maliciously hacked.
Ireland’s post-bailout return to the bond markets raised €3.75 bn
Demand for the 10-year benchmark bond amounted to €14 billion.
NTMA reaffirms aim to raise as much as €10bn from markets this year
The National Treasury Management Agency published its review of 2013 this afternoon, and details a number of