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Goldman Sachs expects 7% growth of the Greek economy by 2026

Goldman Sachs estimates that the Greek economy is expected to gain momentum, with a boost from the resources of the Recovery Fund, after the submission of the "Greece 2.0" plan.

As Goldman Sachs points out in a new report entitled "Small economies, old challenges and new opportunities" that the Recovery Fund will lead to an increase in Greek GDP by at least about 7% by 2026.

Slovenia preparing to issue 60-year bond

Ljubljana – Slovenia plans to issue a 60-year bond subject to market conditions and has commissioned BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE and HSBC to manage the issue, the Finance Ministry announced on Tuesday.

Additional details have not been disclosed, but this would be the longest maturity for a bond Slovenia has ever issued.

Turkey's dollar-denominated bonds see high demand

The Turkish Treasury and Finance Ministry on Nov. 25 said its issuance of a dollar-denominated bond due in 2031 finalized with a nominal amount of $2.25 billion, seeing high demand from international capital markets.

As part of the 2020 external financing program, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Morgan Stanley were authorized on Nov. 24 to issue the bonds.

Demand for Greece’s new 10-yr bond tops 15 bln euros, say sources

Demand for a new 10-year bond Greece issued on Tuesday has exceed the amount of 15 billion euros, sources told Reuters.

New quidance was set at mid-swaps plus 160/165 basis points.

BNP Paribas, BofA Securities, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs International Bank, HSBC and J.P. Morgan act as joint lead managers for the new issue, maturing in June, 2030. [Reuters]

Greece starts sale of new 10-year bond

Greece opened books for a new ten-year bond issue, a lead manager told Reuters on Tuesday.

Guidance was set at mid-swaps plus 170/175 basis points.

BNP Paribas, BofA Securities, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs International Bank, HSBC and J.P. Morgan act as joint lead managers for the new issue, maturing in June, 2030. [Reuters]

Alpha Bank set to price Tier 2 bond at yield of 4.25 pct

Greece's Alpha Bank was set to price a 500 million euro Tier 2 bond issue at a yield of 4.25 percent, according to a lead manager.

The Greek lender received around 5.5 billion euros of investor demand for the subordinated bond issue, the lead manager said.

Pricing is expected later on Thursday via lead managers Citi, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, JP Morgan and NatWest Markets. 

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