Greek bond yields down 13 bps to 8.06 percent

Eurozone bond yields fell on friday after data showed modest and patchy third-quarter growth in the currency bloc, keeping intact bets for more easing from the European Central Bank.

Greek yields fell the most, though moves there are exaggerated by thin liquidity, down 13 basis points at 8.06 percent after the economy posted three consecutive quarters of growth this year, emerging from its worst recession since World War Two.


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