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    dubby, your like the kiss of death to a thread these days...

    we're back to where we were 5 years ago...

    and so another crisis thread bites the dust..
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    This is very worrying for our future currency & Bonds stability...

    Europe's debt crisis seems to have entered a calm phase, but that's only an illusion, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said on Tuesday.
    The worst is probably still to come, he warned.


    German Finance Minister Says Worst Is Yet to Come in Euro Crisis - SPIEGEL ONLINE
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    A question on our bonds.

    Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore are adamant that we will exit the bailout next year. We'll
    get a bank deal they tell us and I suppose you can we why, rating agencies have an extra spring
    in their step for us on that and apparently we're special and of course yields are improving.

    Today Draghi told German MP's today that the bank supervisory won't be set up until 2014.
    That would lead to direct ESM after.

    Now how are we meant to make a full return to the markets next year if that is the case or could
    the markets actually fund us with competitive interest rates late next without the second part of the
    banking deal providing we get our PN deal by March.
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    Constipated Gargling mentioned that 2 or 3 weeks ago on VB Sport

    I seen Eddie Hobgob there on Midweek with Nora Owen talkin about his WSJ Article.

    He was even scarier than this muthafukah!



    Nitey nitey Scaryhobgobphobes
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    Tiny increase this morning - maybe they were watchin Rock Stead & Nora last night...

    GIGB9YR:IND 4.74600 Up 0.00300 | 0.06%
    As of 03:56:12 ET on 10/25/2012.


    Ireland Government Bonds 9 Year Note Generic Bid Yield Chart - GIGB9YR - Bloomberg
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    Bad news for Ireland. Should Enda Kenny go?
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    Quote Originally Posted by happytuesdays View Post
    Bad news for Ireland. Should Enda Kenny go?
    Are you just trolling?
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    Update:

    GIGB2YR:IND 1.82500 -0.00800 -0.44%
    GIGB5YR:IND 3.41700 -0.04600 -1.33%
    GIGB9YR:IND 4.72800 -0.01100 -0.23%

    Irish bonds now effectively wiped out the huge spikes in the yields and back to pre-crisis levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happytuesdays View Post
    This thread died a long long time ago.
    Define "died"?

    This thread is about the decline in bond yields, that's all. Stay on topic or clear off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    Update:

    GIGB2YR:IND 1.82500 -0.00800 -0.44%
    GIGB5YR:IND 3.41700 -0.04600 -1.33%
    GIGB9YR:IND 4.72800 -0.01100 -0.23%

    Irish bonds now effectively wiped out the huge spikes in the yields and back to pre-crisis levels.
    Pre-crisis levels?

    What's the 10yr yield?

    Who's buying those short-term bonds?
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