This is the third time that the Hellenic Republic has borrowed at a negative interest rate
“Cyprus can now comfortably finance its needs from international markets”
The Greek government will immediately proceed with the issuance of a new bond, with a three-year maturity
Head of the Bank of Greece Stournaras: "Polakis attempted to influence the way in which I perform my duties"
The interest rate is at 3.6%
Government will swap 20 bonds issued in 2012 for new notes in an attempt to create market liquidity & lower borrowing costs
€ 6.9bn to disappear by July 20
Turkey's plan for aquiring a non-NATO SAM system may be more difficult than initially imagined