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Greece extends its offer to buy back debt from private creditors to midday tomorrow from Friday...

Greece extends its offer to buy back debt from private creditors to midday tomorrow from Friday as it reportedly looks to get bondholders to tender another €3-4B. This is despite speculation that creditors had already offered €26-30B worth of debt, or almost half the amount that Greece owes to the private sector.
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    Greece may or may not accept offers. Greece extended the buyback because the prices offered were not as favorable as expected.
    10 Dec 2012, 05:33 AM Reply Like
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