Greece is the word: Nation returns to bond markets with €3bn issue

Greece raised €3bn of five-year money yesterday in its first foray back into the bond markets since the eurozone debt crisis.

The Greek government had initially hoped to attract issue debt with a coupon of between 5-5.25%, but lowered the figure after the issue was more than eight times oversubscribed. The issue eventually...

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