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0.773 -0.024    -2.95%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  Greece
  • Prev. Close: 0.796
  • Day's Range: 0.784 - 0.788
Greece 10Y 0.773 -0.024 -2.95%
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Elias Bairamis
Elias Bairamis Mar 10, 2021 11:19AM ET
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Syriza xeftiles, Anarchoi xeftiles, KKE xeftiles kai ND xeftiles!
Nick Poulis
Nick Poulis Sep 01, 2020 9:37AM ET
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New issue, probably for military purchases.
Peter Smith
Peter Smith Sep 01, 2020 9:37AM ET
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very nice!
Jorge Chalupa
Jorge Chalupa Sep 01, 2020 9:37AM ET
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Your pain is very enjoyable Nick!
Nick Poulis
Nick Poulis Mar 17, 2020 10:38AM ET
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Smells like 2011 spirit.
Stavros Ntouros
Stavros Ntouros Mar 17, 2020 10:38AM ET
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Could you be more specific?
Alexandros Kl
Alexandros Kl Sep 20, 2019 6:58AM ET
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The market's perception of Greece has evidently changed dramatically. Trust has been restored (trust that Syriza was not the only responsible for losing; although they made it way worse). The only one who can actually stop this is the left side; people who have completely no idea of how markets work, how investments drive all constituents of the economy directly or via externalities. 4.5 years of Syriza and there were no protests at all. I hope Tsipras keeps his flock under control.
Elias Bairamis
Elias Bairamis Sep 20, 2019 6:58AM ET
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Tsipras and Polakis for jail.
Nick Poulis
Nick Poulis Aug 29, 2019 11:10AM ET
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Any chances of getting below 1.000?
Eleftherios Papadopoulos
Greco Aug 27, 2019 9:07AM ET
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End of capital controls
Manos Papoulias
Manos Papoulias Jul 10, 2019 12:24PM ET
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Of which reforms he did none.
Future onfuturesthree
Future onfuturesthree May 27, 2019 10:46AM ET
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ANOTHER ONE!!! This analysis guys and ladies was from one of our best analysts. Theodoridis Thomas. And this kiddo has more sicko mode on his brain from a long time ago. He has seen also about 5 year bonds to go to 1.73, but we have kept it secret from everyone. You want secrets? You come 'n' pay. And because we like some of his music too, we continue with one of his favourites, because ''Maser-ati today went craaay''. Mad Clip - Oplo Lyrics. Njoy
Dimitris Kitsanelis
Dimitris Kitsanelis May 22, 2019 3:26AM ET
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Foolish technocrats have failed at their predictions and thus, at their theory. This is a case study: how a disrupted economy returns to sustainable (livable) growth in loud triumph. . You at IMF and neo-liberalists throw your foolish theories and receive lessons of the absolute leader, Alexis Tsipras.. Economy goes well only after society gets well. Because as long as society is in good shape then everything gets in prosperity. The subject of any theory should be humanity and society. This is ensuring ultimate freedom of creativity. Syriza has turned Greece upwards. Now is Europe's turn. Let them rule.
Cédric Boitte
Cédric Boitte May 22, 2019 3:26AM ET
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And what did Tsipras ? Oooh he followed the IMF technocrats program. And Tsipras also concede that Greece need more liberal reforms (Financial TImes 19 may). Period !
Future onfuturesthree
Future onfuturesthree Jan 02, 2019 10:56AM ET
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''NOW we start'' Rina ft Sin boy - Gigi ''We will go down here.. will go down here'' UNDER 3.70
Future onfuturesthree
Future onfuturesthree Jan 02, 2019 10:56AM ET
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first 3.87, then 3.123
Future onfuturesthree
Future onfuturesthree Jan 02, 2019 10:56AM ET
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a slight upgrade of targets. 1st 3.85, but better go for the 3.795 it's a better one and close to the other one, 2nd 3.123
Elias Andrikopulos
Elias Andrikopulos Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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Wait till next week, after Tsipras will announce from Thessaloniki's Expo, his "giving promises" to the sheep flock. . Yields will rock sky high...
Theodoros Papadopoulos
Theodoros Papadopoulos Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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So what ? will it be the first time he promises and do nothing ?  I am sure investors know that Tsipras is the employee of the year for the markets and troika
John Mastroxalastis
John Mastroxalastis Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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What a failed prediction... Just before Tsipras announcements was at 4.55%, today is 4.08% My condolences for your losses, mr. Andrikopoulos
Dimitris Kitsanelis
Dimitris Kitsanelis Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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Theodoros Papadopoulos  what about this? Did you manage to realise that promises were done actions? One by one are done. Have you seen it ever before?
Aris Petrakis
Aris Petrakis Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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John Mastroxalastis  do you think he puts his money where his mouth is? ofc not. I think guys like him are just trying to satisfy their need to be seem as market people while they do not even trade
Aris Petrakis
Aris Petrakis Sep 04, 2018 9:38AM ET
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John Mastroxalastis  do you think that guys like him put their money where their mouth is? ofc not, they just express political opinion on market issues just to show off or satisfy their political complex i assume
Nick Poulis
Nick Poulis Jun 08, 2018 6:37AM ET
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Grexit on the horizon once more? Could be a strong message for Italy. Greece is depleted anyway and nobody cares anymore.
future onfutures
future onfutures Jun 08, 2018 6:37AM ET
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ramoon spartan  confirmed
Vasileios Spatoulas
Vasileios Spatoulas May 13, 2018 7:00AM ET
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Safe bonds with attractive yields..The best place to invest..Economy grows without deficits and inflation.
Nick Poulis
Nick Poulis Mar 28, 2018 12:39AM ET
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How can you trust this bond when Turks are probably going to attack the country during the summer. Apparently EU has chosen to gift the country to them to avoid immigration flood.
NESTOR KATSIOS
NESTOR KATSIOS Mar 28, 2018 12:39AM ET
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still no attack by the Turks one year later
Theodoros Papadopoulos
Theodoros Papadopoulos Nov 16, 2017 2:30AM ET
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New restructuring program started just yesterday. A swap will take place till end of Nov. Terms seems interesting.
future onfutures
future onfutures Jun 23, 2017 10:05AM ET
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finally under 5.53. now we go lower
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan Jun 23, 2017 10:05AM ET
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N.O.E. -
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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Something that it is not fake and we don't laugh anymore. From 32.5 years to 52.5 years? Is that a serious proposition?
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Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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s u c c k is not a bad word. I' ll re-write it. It becomes negative in a negative context of a phrase. here the context is sarcastic and negative, but it's not a swear word.
future onfutures
future onfutures May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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Buddy why you get so much frustrated? I have made a genial call with timeline after the meeting https://www.investing.com/rates-bonds/greece-10-year-bond-yield-scoreboard that has their backs against the wall and they are ought to do something positive for you after this drop
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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No. We have to get serious and be serious everyone of us when we talk about nations, generations and human lives. This goes under 5, tomorrow I might join you or inside the week
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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No. We have to be and get more serious when we talk about nations, generations and human lives. This goes under 5. And I'll join in with you here again
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 16, 2017 6:21PM ET
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No, we have to be and get more serious when we talk about nations, generations and human lives. This goes under 5
Charles Stemp
Charles Stemp Feb 10, 2017 11:01AM ET
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I bought 2250 2% greek bonds in Feb 2015, cost £1132. Making profit but due to impending gloom should I sell?
Emiliano Fraticelli
Emiliano Fraticelli May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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yield below 9 % by the end of May
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leonardo saint amour de chanaz
leonardo saint amour de chanaz May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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yield below 7% before the end of March.
Korina Lakis
Korina Lakis May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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27/4 and above 11%...
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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Learn the language of silence, and then tell me,. how love is inclined, how the desert blooms, how the desert blooms fruit. Streets and forms change, as well as seasons change.. And the Deus ex machina are watching, and with an embarrassing look.. Let the window open for every kind of storm, You' ll see at the light of Thunder, all the things you never saw before. Learn the language of silence, and then tell me,. how love is inclined, how the desert blooms, how the desert blooms fruit. ''tade efh'' Socrates
future onfutures
future onfutures May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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''brighter hearts n minds are forever, They won't leave in the night. I've no fear that they might desert me''
Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan May 05, 2013 4:57PM ET
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SPARTANS!!! VIKINGZ, BRATJAZ, HABIBIZ, EAGLEZ, HAKWZ, VIVAZ, NINJAZ! This goes under 5
 
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