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Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) published the details of the country’s fourth syndicated transaction for 2019 which came in the form of the reopening of the 10-year bond maturing in March 2029 that was issued earlier this year.
Greece’s debt managers managed to achieve a reoffer yield of 1.5 percent, after an initial guidance of 1.55 percent, which is a historic low for the Greek sovereign, tapping 1.5 billion euros at a price of 120.686 percent.
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