Public Debt Management Agency: Greece to reopen 10-year bond

Greece will reopen a 10-year bond, the Public Debt Management Agency announced on Tuesday.

Furthermore, the state debt agency told financial markets that it issued a mandate to Barclays, Citi, IMI-Intesa Sanpaolo, Morgan Stanley, Nomura and Societe Generale to act as lead managers in this second round, as the bond was first issued in June.
The move is expected to boost state coffers as the coronavirus affected national economy after an expensive lockdown, it added.