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Greece back in bond market, but investors aren’t swarming

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BY PAULINA PIELICHATA, Pensions&Investments

Despite the buzz around Greece's return to the bond markets following a three-year hiatus, love for its paper wasn't universal.

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How Greece could escape debtors’ prison – if Europe opens the door

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By C. Randall Henning, Professor of International Economic Relations, American University-The conversation

Greece has acted out a European tragedy for more than seven years. But some signs suggest Greece may finally, in the words of its economy minister, be on the way to becoming a “normal country” again.

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Chinese tourists invade Greece and Invest

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Chinese tourists are currently “invading” Greece in big numbers. Last year, 150,000 Chinese travelers visited the country. Usually they travel in groups, but more and more individual travelers are also arriving to the country world known for rich history.

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Athens hopeful new bond will open access to ECB funds

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By Euroactiv

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday (26 July) claimed that his country’s first bond sale in three years would help convince the European Central Bank to provide additional liquidity to its struggling economy.

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Why Greece’s Return to the Bond Market Matters

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By Gary Ashton, Investopedia

This week Greece returned to the international bond market for the first time in three years with a 3 billion euro denominated bond that matures in 2022 yielding less than 5%. This is a remarkable comeback for a country that defaulted on its obligations twice in 2012 and still has a deeply distressed credit rating.

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