High buyers’ interest for Greek five-year bond; yield at roughly 3.6%

30 January 2019
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The Greek state will reportedly drain roughly 2.5 billion euros from a five-year bond it floated on Tuesday, with the yield hovering at 3.6 percent.

Demand was reported as very high, with offers reaching nine billion euros. The coupon, also according to reports, reached 3.4 percent.

An official announcement is pending.

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