Latest T-bill auction highlights shift in Greek yield curve

Economy Tags: Debt, Markets
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The flow of positive news in Greece’s sovereign debt market continues as the Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) announced the results of Wednesday’s 26-week T-Bill auction in which the yield dropped to zero.

This came just a few weeks after Greece’s debt managers managed to roll over 13-week T-bills with a negative yield of 0.02 percent, on October 9.

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