European debt crisis

Greece plans to issue 10-year bond in coming days, say sources

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]

Experts forecast no further pressure from creditors on Greece after Brussels' warning

Greece's creditors urged Athens on Wednesday to speed up the agreed reforms, otherwise it may miss out on measures adding up to 1 billion euros. Meanwhile, experts told Xinhua it is unlikely that pressure on Greece will increase this year.

Greek bond yieldsdown to one-year low

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.
[Reuters]

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