Ireland May Reach EU Aid Agreement Before Markets Open

Ireland is in the final stages of negotiating an international bailout for its banks before markets open on Monday. Euro region finance ministers may seal an agreement with Ireland tomorrow at a meeting slated to start at 1 p.m. in Brussels, EU officials told Bloomberg News on condition of anonymity. Prime Minister Brian Cowen estimates it may amount to $112 billion.

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