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PDMA readies bond schedule for 2019, with eye on prepayment of IMF loans
Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) is expected to publish its issue schedule at the start of December, shortly after the budget for 2019 has been voted in Parliament.
According to reports in the Greek media over the weekend, PDMA intends to tap markets for 6-7 billion euros next year. This will mostly be aimed at liability management, with the focus on the loans that the International Monetary Fund granted to Greece ...
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