Greece draws strong interest, attractive yield by re-opening 10-year bond

Economy Tags: Debt, Markets
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Greece completed on Wednesday the fourth market foray of the year by reopening the 10-year GGB that it had issued in June, after a successful syndication earlier in the summer and a strong performance in the secondary market.

Following a positive start on the sovereign bond market at the start of the year, which was crowned with a successful issue of a 15-year bond at the end of January, Greece faced turbulence as the pandemic unfolded in February. This pushed its 10-year be...

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