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Greece stepped into the international markets on Wednesday with an inaugural 10-year benchmark, rolling out its 12-billion-euro debt strategy of 2022.
Greece issued a 10-year benchmark of 3 billion euros, with a coupon of 1.75 pct and a final reoffer yield of 1.836 pct, with 140 basis points over mid-swap and a spread over the German DBR of 184.2 basis points. The bond was priced at 99.197 pct.
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