Greece sells T-bills with negative interest first time in its history

Greece borrowed money with a negative interest rate for the first time ever during Wednesday's three-month T-bill auction, according to ANA. The Public Debt Management Authority, in an announcement, noted that the interest on the auction was set at -0.020 pct, with the Greek state raising 487.5 million euros from the market. Bids were 2.71 times more than the asked sum. RELATED TOPICS: Greece, Greek tourism news, Tourism in Greece, Greek islands, Hotels in Greece, Travel to Greece, Greek destinations, Greek travel market, Greek tourism statistics, Greek tourism report Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons License: CC-BY-SA Copyright: Europa credito urgente Let's block ads! (Why?)