Greece’s five-year bonds rose on Monday after a poll on Sunday showed that the lead of the anti-austerity SYRIZA party had narrowed before the second round of a presidential vote on Tuesday.
The Greek five-year note yield fell 30 basis points to 8.53 percent.
The country’s 10-year rate declined 13 basis points to 8.30 percent.
SYRIZA had 27.1 percent backing, according to a Rass poll released on Sunday.
That compared with 23.7 percent for New Democracy.
The gap narrowed from 5.3 percentage points.