Greek 2-year bond yields tumble

Greek 2-year bond yields tumble

Greek bonds were in the focus of international markets on Thursday after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Greece could be included in the European Central Bank’s asset purchase program within the next six months.

Two-year bond yields in Greece fell further to 6.02 percent, their lowest level since late 2015.

Other eurozone bond yields were down 5-7 basis points, with yields in most parts of the bloc tumbling to two-week lows.


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