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Greece’s Debt Management Agency (PDMA) has provided the details of the country’s second bond issuance of the year last week, which was the first 10-year benchmark since 2010 – a last foray before Athens lost market access and signed the first bailout.
Greece raised 2.5 billion euros, was looking initially for 2 billion, with a coupon of 3.875 percent, maturing on March 12, 2029. The final price settled at 99.796.
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