Greek bond yields tumbled on Monday

25 April 2017
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Greek 10-year government bond yields fell sharply on Monday to a four-month low of 6.54 percent.

This was on news of a potential bailout agreement and with the country’s primary surplus far surpassing targets set by its official creditors.

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