Greece: gift horse – FT

The Greek 10-year sovereign closed at 5.89 percent,  the lowest since the crisis began.

Greece plans to sell its first long-term bond since its bailout in 2010. Lex’s Robert Armstrong and Joseph Cotterill discuss whether it is worth paying up — for the sovereign, and for investors.

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