Ireland tests markets with first post-bailout bond
DUBLIN Jan 6 (Reuters) - Ireland has mandated the issue of a new syndicated ten-year bond in its first return to debt markets following completion of an EU/IMF bailout last month, its debt agency said on Monday.
The National Treasury Management Agency picked Barclays , Citi Bank, Danske Bank, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley for a new ten-year euro benchmark transaction in the "near future", it said in a statement.
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