813 mln€ accepted for 52W T-bills at 1.09% yield; second issue after Aug. bailout
The Greek state drained 812.5 million euros on Wednesday from the auction of 52-week T-bills, the second such issue after the country exited the third bailout in August 2018.
A total of 956 million euros in bids were received, in the 625-million-euro offer.
The uniform yield was 1.09 percent, unchanged from the previous issue.
The settlement date is Thursday, Dec. 14, 2018.
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