Greek Two-Year Government Note Yield Increases to Record 84.66%

Greek two-year government notes slid, pushing the yield 692 basis points higher to 84.66 percent, the most on record, at 1:12 p.m. in London.

The price of the securities fell to 36.27 percent of face value.

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