Handelsblatt: Greece eyes 10-year bond issue – before Aug. 20
Handelsblatt on Monday claimed that Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency is considering a 10-year bond issue before the current – and last – bailout program officially ends on Aug. 20.
The German financial daily noted, however, that “Athens, of course, doesn’t have an immediate need for the money … Due to a liquidity reserve of up to 24 billion euros, the country can be fully financed until mid 2022, but all experts agree on this: Athens should wait so long. The country must build trust with the market through test issues.”
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