Greece returned to the capital markets this week with its fourth syndicated bond of the year as it tapped its 10 year note at a record low yield. Meanwhile, Cyprus is set to go on a global roadshow to plan its funding for 2020.
Greece announced the tap of its March 2029 bond — which was issued earlier this year — on Monday.
On Tuesday, leads BNP Paribas, Citi, Goldman Sachs, HSBCand JP Morgan opened books with guidance of 1.55% area for a minimum €1bn size.
As the order book reached over