Greece raises another 2.5 bln with reopening of sought-after 10-yr bond

Economy Tags: Debt, Markets
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Greece completed its fourth market foray of the year by re-opening this week the 10-year bond that was issued on January 28.

Aided by the ECB’s loose monetary policy and purchases in the context of the PEPP scheme, the Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) has taken advantage of the positive sentiment in the Greek sovereign debt market by issuing a total of 11.5 billion euros ...

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