The NTMA said on Thursday that it also plans to auction short-term notes, known as Treasury Bills, on March 14th.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), which sold €4 billion of bonds on Wednesday, has outlined that it plans to carry out a bond auction on(...)

The NTMA has a funding target of about €14-€18 billion for 2019.  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The State’s first bond issuance of the new year was the most popular Irish syndicated bond sale ever, attracting a total order book of some €18.1 bill(...)

Market sources said that the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise about €3 billion through the sale of 10-year bonds as early as Wednesday.

The Republic is set to test the market for the first time since the European Central Bank (ECB) ended its €2.6 trillion stimulus programme last month.(...)

NTMA chief executive Conor O’Kelly. Having raised €17.25 billion last year, the NTMA ended up with about €13 billion of cash at the end of 2018. Photograph: Sara Freund

For the past five years, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has been quickest out of the block to ensure that Ireland was the first euro-z(...)

The divestment, which was worth a combined €68 million, involved the fund selling off its shares in companies involved in oil, gas and other fossil fuels

The State has become one of the first countries in the world to officially withdraw public money from investment in fossil fuels. The Department of F(...)

Time to look ahead to 2019, even if you don’t want to. Photograph: Getty

Economic forecasting is a dangerous game at the best of times. But 2019 brings a particularly high level of uncertainty. There is Brexit. The possibil(...)

SBCI chief executive Nick Ashmore said its increased support for Finance Ireland would help drive competition in Irish SME lending. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The State-owned Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) on Tuesday launched a new €75 million facility to support small and medium-sized ente(...)

The ECB confirmed on Thursday that the QE programme will come to an end at the close of this month, but said that it will continue to reinvest cash from maturing bonds in its portfolio for an extended period of time.

The State’s debt office said on Thursday it plans to raise between €14 billion and €18 billion next year in the long-term debt markets, after the Euro(...)

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) said that the notes were priced to carry a yield of -0.42 per cent

Ireland’s debt office sold €500 million of 12-month Treasury Bills on Thursday morning, hours before the European Central Bank is set to confirm that (...)

Irish five-year bond yields climbed 0.04 percentage points to 0 per cent as of mid-morning in London. Photograph: iStock

Irish bonds are sharing the pain of UK prime minister Theresa May as her future and Brexit plan are thrown into doubt. The Republic’s securities unde(...)

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