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# Government Debt

All time
Two out of three ain't bad: another ratings agency gives Ireland an A
Sold: NTMA sells €1 billion worth of Irish government debt
39 per cent jump in Government-issued debt in the last year
Exchequer returns show slight fall in tax take for February
Two-thirds of Irish people want to keep the euro
Irish bond auction welcomed but 'country is still on life support'
Ireland raises €4.19 billion in first return to bond markets
Ireland's €500m government debt sale goes better than expected
11 things to know about the IMF's latest Irish review
Rates up but Spanish bond sale passes off
Column: The Irish default debate will be long – but we have to start it now
Constantin Gurdgiev
€1.5billion to be paid to senior AIB bondholders today
Column: 10 reasons why Ireland should be praying for a second bailout
Good news for the euro? Italian bond yields fall below 5 per cent
Column: Ireland faces a decade of austerity – so let’s not waste it
Aaron McKenna
Italy's credit rating slashed by Standard and Poor's
Ruling Socialists take battering in Spanish local elections
Portugal facing choppy waters after Moody's debt downgrade
Bond yields soar past 7.6% as investors look elsewhere
7.4% - investors fall away as government default fears continue
Government borrowing costs finish day at all-time high
Insuring against Irish default costs more now than ever before
Ireland has "a month to stop bailout" - UCD economist
Cost of insuring against Irish debt hits record high
Borrowing costs continue upward spiral amid IMF fears
Government borrowing costs exceed 7% for first time
Government borrowing costs take yet another spike