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10-year bond - Strong demand, higher interest rate

The Eurozone is saying goodbye to the environment of very low interest rates with Greece making its debut in the markets with a higher interest rate, but recording strong demand. The offers for the new ten-year bond exceeded 15 billion euros and the Greek government raised 3 billion euros with the yield reaching 1.8%, from the low 0.88% of last June. According to Public Debt Management Agency (P.D.M.A.), the composition of investors was 84.5% from abroad, 15.5% from Greece and 87.2% institutional.

  • Published in Economy

Greek universities… go abroad

Greek universities (despite persistent efforts to discredit them by hooded vandals or extremist politicians), finally began the long "journey" of internationalization, driven by their high scientific work and -of course- the Greek "brand".

  • Published in Greece
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