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Greece raises another 2.5 bln with reopening of sought-after 10-yr bond
IMF raises outlook on Greek debt sustainability to merely 'uncertain'
Reopening of 10-year bond secures record low yield of 1.5 pct
Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) published the details of the country’s fourth syndicated transaction for 2019 which came in the form of the reopening of the 10-year bond maturing in March 2029 that was issued earlier this year.
Greece’s debt managers managed to achieve a reoffer yield of 1.5 percent, after an initial guidance of 1.55 percent, which is a historic low for the Greek sovereign, tapping 1.5 billion euros at a price of 120.686 percent.
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