The National Treasury Management Agency today completed an auction of Irish Treasury Bills, selling the target amount of €750m.
The NTMA said that total bids received for the Treasury Bills amounted to €2.305 billion which was over three times the amount on offer.
The Treasury Bills, which have a maturity of six months, were sold at a yield of -0.25%.
Last week, the NTMA raised €6 billion in its largest bond sale for a decade, as it moves to boost its finances to fund "significant deficits" caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The NTMA raised the funds through the syndicated sale of a new seven-year bond, which attracted more than €33 billion worth of demand from 250 accounts.