Greece exceeds expectations with first return to bond markets after four years

Photo by Can Esenbel []
Photo by Can Esenbel []

After just over four years of being shut out of international markets, Greece officially confirmed its return on Thursday with the sale of a five-year bond.

A Finance Ministry (MoF) statement indicated strong demand from “high-quality long-term” investors. The participation of investors outside Greece reached around 90 percent, the ministry said.

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