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Greek Borrowing Costs Drop Lower Than Italy’s for First Time Since 2008

The yield spread between the Greek and Italian state bonds fell into negative territory on Thursday for the first time since 2008, meaning that...

Greece Expected to Tap Financial Markets With New 10-Year Bond

Greece will very soon seek to pump additional money from global markets in an effort to capitalize gains made on the historically-low interest rates that...

Greece’s Borrowing Costs Hit New All-Time Low

Greece’s borrowing costs have tumbled to a record low on Wednesday, reflecting hopes among foreign investors that the new government will be able to...

Piraeus Bank Issues First Bond Since 2008, Raising 400 Million Euros

Piraeus Bank, Greece's largest lender, secured a major capital boost on Wednesday, raising 400 million euros through the issuance of a bond. The interest rate...

Demand for Greek 10-Year Bond Exceeds 11 Billion Euros

Investors' bids on a new Greek 10-year bond issue exceeded 11.3 billion euros on Tuesday, with the interest rate of the issue set at...

Greece Raises 2.5 Billion Euros From Bond Auction

File photo Greece launched a 5-year bond auction on Tuesday, with the financial products having a yield of 3.6 percent. The sale successfully raised a...

Greece Returns to Markets with 7-Year Bond

Greece on Thursday returned to international capital markets with a seven-year syndicated bond through the launch of a book-building procedure. It is one of three...

Greece ‘Postpones’ Launch of 7-Year Bond

Greece's finance ministry has decided to postpone the issuing of the seven-year bond scheduled for Tuesday due to the turbulence in international money markets. Reports...

ESM Looking at Loan Duration Adjustments for Greece

ESM and EFSF General Secretary Kalin Anev Janse spoke to German newspaper Boersen Zeitung. In the interview he said that he had been asked...

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