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In the euro area, Greece is offering to purchase about 29 billion euros ($37.6 billion) of bonds maturing from 2023 to 2042 at an average of about 33.1 percent of face value, using a 10 billion-euro loan from the region’s bailout fund.

Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg

In the euro area, Greece is offering to purchase about 29 billion euros ($37.6 billion) of bonds maturing from 2023 to 2042 at an average of about 33.1 percent of face value, using a 10 billion-euro loan from the region’s bailout fund.
December 07, 2012
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