News Headline Summary

Irish debt agency chief says at the moment it is to keep T-Bill auction sales at EUR 500mln

- 10-year benchmark issue will be the subject of discussions with investors.
- Hopeful of a return to auction programme in 2013 although no debt set.
- Moody's junk rating is depressingly low and upgrade would clearly help matters.

Analysis details (13:20)

- Ratings agency Fitch said that yesterday’s EUR 2.5bln debt sale by the NTMA will not lead to an upgrade in Ireland’s credit rating.

09 Jan 2013 - 12:54 - Fixed Income - Source: Newswires

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