As Greece heads toward the end of its third bailout program, investors are ready to welcome the government's new seven-year bond reports Bloomberg.
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Greece is returning to the financial markets holding its first bond sale since 2014. “The Hellenic Republic announces today that it intends to offer new euro-denominated fixed rate notes due 2022,” reads the announcement poste
Greece plans to sell five-year government debt, its first issuance of bonds in three years, in the weeks of July 17 or July 24, the Financial Times reported Monday, citing "bankers with knowledge of the plans." The bond will likely price a
In the past two weeks global bond yields have been rising as the world's central banks look set to move away from extremely easy policies CNBC reports.
Cyprus tapped the international capital markets on Tuesday with a new 7-year bond, as it was announced by the Public Debt Management Office of the Cypriot Ministry of Finance.