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Athens wrestles with timing of market return, aiming for maximum impact
Market access has replaced debt relief as a main topic of discussion in the Greek media and country’s political arena, with the government said to be considering three options regarding a return to the international bond markets.
There are some in the Greek government who believe that Athens should tap the markets this month in an effort to build on the positive momentum generated by the June 15 Eurogroup agreement, the falling yields and the credit rating upgrade on June 23 fro...
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