Greece sells three-month T-bills at lower interest rate raising 1,13 million euros

11 August 2017
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Greece on Wednesday successfully auctioned a three-month Treasury bill issue raising 1,137,50 million euros from the market.

The interest rate of the issue fell to 1.95 pct, significantly lower compared with the interest rate of 2.33 pct in the previous auction of same issue last month.

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