ODDIH: Greece draws 1.625 billion euros from six-month treasury bills
The public debt management agency ODDIH has announced that it drew 1.625 billion euros from the auction of six-month treasury bills. This sum also includes non-competitive offers worth 375 million euros.
According to the agency, the interest rate remained stable at 2.97%, while the bid-cover rations also remained stable at 1.30. The final settlement date is Friday 8 July.
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