Various market analysts have predicted that Greece will offer a new three-year bond sometime this week, which marks its first since its return to debt markets three months ago with a five-year bond, as reported by ekathimerini.
The nation's capital announced its plans to Reuters in June, of a three or seven year bond issue before next month. Hellenic 10-year bonds are now at 5.95%.
The remaining eurozone bond market participants remains consistent, after the European Central Bank said financial lending institutions can borrow up to 1 trillion euros in four-year loans, that will be available in September and December of this year.
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