Here's The Real Sign That Investors Fear An Imminent Irish Collapse

We’ve been focusing a lot on the yawning yields on the Irish 10-year note, but forget that for a while.

Irish 4-year yields are exploding and are now above 7% (big thanks to Lorcan Roche Kelly for pointing this out). What this means is that the big concern is in the short term. It’s either now or never.

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