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NTMA announces buyback of treasury bond
The 4 per cent treasury bond will mature in January.
The NTMA will play it safe and look to raise €6-10 billion on bond markets in 2014
The NTMA say that they will not “run out the door” to make a long-term bond sale.
NTMA reduces interest rates on An Post savings products
The reductions aim to level the playing field with the banks’ savings products after the increase in DIRT tax.
NTMA: 'Moody's rating of Ireland is side-lining Asian investors'
The head of the NTMA John Corrigan said Ireland will need to engage with the markets in 2014 to pre-fund for the following year.
5 reasons why the government decided to exit the bailout and go it alone
When the bailout ends, Ireland will not avail of a precautionary credit line, but why? Let us explain…
Claims agency has over €1 billion in outstanding liabilities
The State Claims Agency spent €160,000 checking up on suspected fraudulent claims last year.
NTMA could gobble up your savings next March if they have become dormant
But don’t worry, you can get them back. If you haven’t touched Savings Bonds or Certificates in 15 years, they could be transferred to the State.
NTMA suspends Treasury Bill auctions until 2014
The National Treasury Management Agency won’t be holding anymore monthly Treasury Bills sales in 2013.
NTMA to sell more T-Bills but markets unlikely to learn anything
Ireland will hope to sell €500 million worth of short-term treasury bills this week with the short-term loans are expected to go with little fuss.
39 per cent jump in Government-issued debt in the last year
The liquidation of IBRC led to a rise in the twelve months between June 2012 and June 2013.
€43 million collected from dormant accounts this year
Already this year €37, 556 has been released from the Dormant Accounts Fund for charity donations or community projects.
How would the Minister for Finance describe Ireland in one word? Debt.
In better news, the NTMA CEO said we are on target to exit the bailout programme.
NTMA sells T-Bills as Troika completes penultimate review
The €500 million sale of three-month Treasury Bills achieved an interest rate of 0.2%, the same as last month.
NTMA to sell €500m of T-Bills this week
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) will undertake the seventh Treasury Bill sale of 2013 on Thursday.
NTMA to sell €500m of T-bills at auction this week
The agency plan to sell the bills on Thursday 20 June, 2013 and offer a three-month maturity on them.
Check behind the sofa: €2.15m in Prize Bond prizes are still unclaimed
Over €2 million in prizes are unclaimed – and the State doesn’t have any plans to keep the money for itself.
NTMA launches State Savings products
The National Treasury Management Agency has announced new issues of fixed rate State Savings products as well as changes to the interest rates on variable rate products.
NTMA and NAMA staff will lose exemption from new public pay cuts
Some staff at the NTMA refused to take voluntary pay cuts – so now the agency will be liable to mandatory deductions.
€500m worth of T-Bills sold at auction
The bills were sold at a lower interest rate this month than last month.
Another €500m of T-Bills for sale this week
The NTMA will hold another auction this Thursday as it attempts to help Ireland return to normal lending markets.
No more consultations on salary waivers for NAMA/NTMA staff on over €200k
Finance Minister Michael Noonan said there will be no further discussions with three members of staff who refused to waive 15 per cent of their salaries.
NTMA paid PR company €630,000 to "keep taxpayers in the dark"
NAMA and NTMA paid more than €630,000 to one media relations company since 2010
The Evening Fix... now with added man getting swallowed by a hippo
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Three NTMA staff earning over €200k won't take pay cut this year
Finance Minister Michael Noonan had asked the 13 staff earning over €200,000 at the National Treasury Management Agency to continue voluntary pay cuts this year but some have refused.
Ireland sells €500m of Treasury Bills at auction
The T-Bills were sold at a yield of 0.19 per cent.
Ireland sells €500m of Treasury Bills at auction
The T-Bills have a maturity of three months and were sold at an annual interest rate of 0.24 per cent.
Ireland buys back €500 million of its own bonds
The NTMA cancels €500 million of debts due to mature next month, after buying the bonds on the second-hand market.
Ireland to auction €500 million in T-Bills
The next sale is slated for Thursday, 21 March.
Ireland sells first 10-year government bonds since before bailout
The NTMA planned to raise about €3bn in an auction – but got bids for over four times as much, leading to the sale of €5bn.
NTMA announces issue of new 10-year bond 'in due course'
The bond will help restore market confidence in Ireland.
SOLD! Ireland sees slightly higher cost of borrowing on T-Bills
The NTMA sold €500 million worth of short-term bonds at auction this morning.
Ireland to auction off €500 million of Treasury Bills on Thursday
The auction is the latest attempt to test the waters for Ireland’s eventual return to normal lending markets.
Ireland's cost of borrowing falls as NTMA formally issues new bonds
The body that manages Irish debt has formally issued new bonds to replace the promissory notes.
Here is how much was won on Prize Bonds last year
The amount has increased significantly over the past three years as people sought safe places to put their money.
24 staff at State's debt management agency have company cars
In addition, at least one of two company cars used by employees on work-related travel was bought after the State guarantee of the banks in 2008.
Oireachtas agenda: Dáil reform, Ireland's EU birthday and national debt
Gay Mitchell will address the Seanad today on the role of the EU in solving the world’s great problems.
Ireland to sell €500 million Treasury Bills this week
The auction is the latest in a series of measures undertaken by the National Treasury Management Agency as it looks to return Ireland to normal lending markets.
NTMA in talks with investors on selling new 10-year bonds
The body in charge of Ireland’s borrowing says it’s looking at trying to sell Ireland’s first 10-year bond since 2010.
Ireland raises another €2.5bn at the bond markets
The short-notice auction is the biggest since we were bailed out – and helps build up a cash buffer ahead of fiscal independence.