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Greece’s debt managers continue to take cautious steps in the sovereign bond market after having to readjust their borrowing strategy following the uncertainty caused by the Ukraine conflict and the turbulence in the markets, which pushed the 10-year benchmark yield to 4.8 pct at the end of last month.
The Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) re-opened on Monday, for an amount of 500 million euros, the 10-year benchmark that was issued in January and had drawn 3 billion euros with a coupon of 1.75 pct.
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