Today, Greece's ODDIH public debt management firm confirmed that the nation sold six-month treasury bills yesterday, for approximately 812.5 million euros, as reported by To Vima.
The treasury bills were fixed to yield 2.02%, from 2.05% last month. The bid-cover ratio rose to 3.03 from 2.66. The final settlement date is set for this Friday.
Greece also yielded 187.5 million euros from non-competitive bids. Primary Dealers market protocols allow until August 7th at noon, non-competitive offers amounting up to 30% of the total sale.
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