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Reopening of 10-year Greek bond issue attracts 26 billion euros in bids

The reopening of a 10-year bond issue by Greek authorities on Wednesday attracted 26 billion euros in bids and the interest rate of the issue was set 0.92 percent (Mid Swap + 82 basis points), down from an initial 1.0%. Greece on Wednesday opened the book-building process for the reopening …

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Greece’s rough roadmap for gradual lockdown lifting

The Committee of epidemiologists and other health experts advising the Greek government will hold an extraordinary meeting on Wednesday, March 17, to assess the epidemiological situation and to consider when and how the lockdown restrictions will be lifted. The prolonged lockdown, in the 4.5th month now, has increased citizens’ fatigue …

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Greece raises €1.5billion reopening 10-Year Bond, yield at 1.5%

Greece has raised 1.5 billion euros from the reopening of a 10-year bond issue, with the yield of the bond set at an historic low of 1.5 pct. Offers exceeded 7 billion euros. What is more important is the increased participation of institutional investors in the bookbuilding process that markedly …

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US urges Turkey to reopen the Theological School of Halki

The United States has called on Turkey to immediately reopen the Theological School of Halki. In its annual report about Religious Freedom around the world for the year 2018, the US State Department criticized that despite previous assurances Turkey has not opened the School yet. “We are urging the immediate …

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Erdogan Tells Obama: Theological School of Halki to Reopen

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan apparently decided to reopen the Greek Orthodox Theological School of Halki. Erdogan revealed his decision to US President Barack Obama during a meeting in Seoul, South Korea. “I congratulated the Prime Minister on the efforts that he’s made within Turkey to protect religious minorities.  …

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