Greek Bonds Rise for Ninth Day; Longest Run Since Restructuring

Greece’s government bonds maturing in February 2023 advanced for a ninth day, the longest run of gains since the nation’s debt was restructured in March.

The yield dropped 20 basis points to 16.90 percent at 9:30 a.m. London time, leaving the price at 33.34 percent of face value.

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