European debt crisis
Greece will issue a 10-year bond in the coming days to raise about 2 billion euros, bankers told Reuters on Monday, after a two-notch ratings upgrade from Moody's late last week.
It will be the second debt sale since Greece exited its third international bailout in August and the first 10-year bond after a decade. [Reuters]
Bond supply is expected from the periphery of the eurozone, with Greece considering a bond sale next month, its second since emerging from international bailout programs last August.
Greek 10-year government bond yields fell to new one-year lows on Wednesday and were down nearly three basis points at 3.70 percent later in the day.