Draghi Beats Apple as Irish Sale Draws Record-Low Yield: Chart

Ireland auctioned 10-year bonds at a record-low yield, as investors brushed off the controversy over Apple Inc.’s tax arrangements in the country. The nation’s debt office sold 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) of 2026 bonds at a yield of 0.33 percent on Thursday in Dublin, as the European Central Bank’s quantitative-easing program continued to drive down financing costs.

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