Yields rise, but Greek debt still partly shielded from market headwinds

Economy Tags: Debt, ECB, Markets
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In a global environment of rising sovereign bond yields as key central banks fight inflation with aggressive policy tightening, Greece is facing challenges not because it is a special case, but because the landscape appears to have shifted for the medium-term.

Following another significant rate rise of 75 basis points by the Fed yesterday, the yield curve of the US has inverted, with the short-term maturities exceeding 4 pct. The 2-year treasury is at 4.11 pct on September 22, while the 1-year treasury is at ...

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