Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Greek two-year notes tumbled, driving the yield to 100 percent for the first time since Bloomberg began collecting the data in 1998.
The yield climbed 516 basis points to 101.84 percent as of 8:35 a.m. London time. The price fell to 31.2 percent of face value.
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