Ireland Risks Being Pushed Back Into the Periphery by Brexit

Country's bonds to suffer in the case of a U.K. vote to leave the EU.

The Brexit Debate: What Happens if the U.K. Leaves the EU

Ireland has come a long way since the height of the euro zone crisis, when it took its place alongside fellow laggards Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain as one of the so-called PIIGS. Now it boasts falling unemployment, rapid GDP growth and 10-year bond yields of less than 1 percent.

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