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Details of bond issue give Athens boost in bid to establish market access
Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) issued on Friday night the details of the first bond issuance since the country exited its third adjustment programme in August 2018.
Greece raised 2.5 billion euros via a 5-year bond with a coupon of 3.45 percent that was priced at 99.314 and a yield of 3.6 percent. The new issue matures on April 2, 2024
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