After landmark return in April, Greece prepares to tap bond markets again

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After tapping markets in April for the first time in four years, Greece is considering another bond transaction, which could take place as early as next week, according to reports.

The first bond issue on April 10 was a 3-billion-euro, 5-year note in a syndicated sale that was heavily oversubscribed. The yield was 4.95 percent. According to Greek daily Kathimerini, the government is now planning a 3-year bond issue with the aim of...

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