Inaugural 2023 bond attracts strong demand and steep interest

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Debt, Markets
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Greece had its inaugural bond issue for 2023 on Tuesday with a 10-year benchmark that covered half of the country’s debt strategy for the year thanks to the high demand.

The Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) drew 3.5 billion euros for a June 2023 maturity bond, with a re-offer yield of 4.279 pct and a coupon of 4.25 pct, which is 165 basis over euro mid-swaps. The spread was 220.5 basis points over the German DBR tha...

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