The National Treasury Management agency said today it will hold one bond auction in the third quarter, on September 8 - subject to market conditions - as Irish bond yields fell on Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

Ireland's 10-year government bond yield fell to record lows this week, after falls in top-rated euro zone bond yields in the wake of last week's Brexit vote and confidence that Ireland's economy can weather the fallout. 

The country is already fully funded for the rest of the year and has raised €5.5 billion out of a guided range of €6010 billion of debt to fund the state into 2017. 

The NTMA also said that it hold a treasury bill auction on September 15.