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Greece sells 13-week T-bills at 3.90%

Greece on Wednesday successfully completed a 13-week Treasury bills auction with bids totaling 1.014 billion euros, up 1.62 times the asked sum of 625 million. The interest rate of the issue rose to 3.90% from 3.72% in the previous auction of same issue in early August. The auction was made …

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Greek bond yield falls to 10-month low

Τhe 10-year Greek benchmark bond yield has this week fallen to its lowest levels in 10 months, returning to levels last seen in August 2022. Traders said market sentiment remained positive despite comments made by European Central Bank officials over the possibility of fresh interest-rate increases. In the domestic electronic …

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Greece successfully completes reopening of 15-year bond

Greece on Wednesday successfully completed a reopening of a 15-year bond issue with the Greek state draining 2.0 billion euros the market at a lower interest rate of 1.17 pct, compared with an 1.9 pct interest rate in February. The bookbuilding process attracted strong interest with binds surpassing 16 billion …

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“Greece on growth trajectory, great potential for global investors,” says PM

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has hailed the historicrecord-breaking yield for the 10-year bond, yield that fell below 1 percent on Wednesday. In a tweet on the his prime minister’s account, Mitsotakis said that “Greece is now on a growth trajectory,” making the country a “great opportunity for global investors.” …

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Greek 10-Year Bond yield falls below 1% for the first time ever

For the first time ever, the Greek 10-Year Bond yield fell below 1 percent. It is a milestone for a country that has been bailed out three times in the last 10 years. The Greek 10-year bond yield fell to as lows as 0.992 percent, Tradeweb pricing showed GR10YT=TWEB, dropping …

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Greek 10-Year Bond yield reaches new record low with 1.20%

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 …

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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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Historic Low: Yield for Greek 10-Year Bond dips below 2%

Greece’s borrowing cost fell sharply and recorded a new historic low when the Greek 10-year bond yields dipped below 2% for a short time on Wednesday. The Greek bond yield fell even below the yield of the US. US: 2.05% Greece: 2.01% The downward trend for the once “skyrocketing” Greek …

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7-Year Bond yield pushed to 1.9% following strong demand

Greece has opened books for a new seven-year bond, its third such issue since it emerged from international bailouts last year. Initial price estimate was for a yield of around 2.1 percent, financial media report. According to Greek sources, the bond was was met with strong demand by long-term institutional …

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Greek bond yields hit historical low, for first time since 2006

For the first time since 2006, the yield of Greek 10-year bond fell to 3.47 percent on Monday, while yield for 5-year bond was at 2.29%. The Greek government reportedly plans to make use of the positive atmosphere and issue a 3-year bond. Greece’s 10-year government bond yields hit their …

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Greek 10-year bond yield at 3.9%, bids exceed €11billion euros

Investors’ bids on a new Greek 10-year bond issue exceeded 11.3 billion euros, with the interest rate of the issue set at 3.9 pct, state news agency amna reports citing sources on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, in an announcement to the Athens Stock Exchange, Greek authorities said that bids …

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Greece announces plans to issue 10-year bond, the first since the 2010 crisis

Greece is setting the stage for a 10-year bond issue, the country’s first since its 2010 debt crisis, with a mandate given to six major banks, the Athens stock exchange said Monday. Greece “has mandated BNP Paribas, Citi, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs International Bank, HSBC and J.P. Morgan as joint …

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Greece welcomes 5-Year bond yield, “exceeded all expectations”

The yield on Greece’s new five-year syndicated bond issue was set at 3.6 pct as the bookbuilding process closed on Tuesday afternoon, local and international media report. the issued bond is the first since the country exited the bailout program in August 2018. Bids for the Greek bond exceeded 10 …

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Bond yields decline as investors return to Greek state bond market

Greek state bond yields declined further on Thursday, with the yield of the 10-year benchmark bond dropping as low as 4.06 pct, in trends seen reflecting a good economic course and a prevailing positive climate in the country. According to athensnewsagency, an economic restructuring and the prospect of a clean …

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Greece announces “Return to Bond Markets”, aims to raise €4.03billion

The much anticipated return to the bond markets is on. Greece’s government is returning to the financial markets for the first time since 2014. The bond sale started at 1 p.m. Monday noon July 24th. 2017. The government aims to raise some 4.03 billion euros from the auction, while the …

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“Growth is here,” says minister as Greeks face new income cuts

“Growth in 2017 is a fact, not wishful thinking,” Economy and Development minister Dimitris Papadimitriou said on Wednesday. The year 2017 will be time for real growth in Greece the minister said and assured that there are no new measures to burden the people “from now until 2018”, while in …

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Greece sells €1.138 billion in 6-month T-bills

Greece sold its targeted amount at a Treasury bill auction Wednesday, although the allotment yield increased from last month. The Greek Public Debt Management Agency sold EUR1.138 billion in 26-week T-bills, with the allotment including a 30% non-competitive tranche above the EUR875 million offer size, in line with Greek auction …

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