The yield for the Greek 10-year benchmark bond has hit a new record low, falling to 1.20% on Friday.
The Bank of Greece registered transactions worth 15 million euros, of which 13 million were buy orders.
The highest-volume transaction was recorded for the three-year bond with 6 million euros.
Investors are reportedly expecting rating agency Standard & Poor’s to upgrade Greece’s credit rating upgrade to B+ from BB-. The St&P report is expected to be released today, Friday.