tem mais noticia hoje, mas confesso que to cansado deles. copmo se fossoe lago tããão grande que possa influenciar.
tai a noticia.. nao vai fazer cosquinha.
April 13 (Bloomberg) -- Greece’s auction of Treasury bills drew stronger demand than at a previous sale, signaling renewed investor appetite at the government’s first offering of debt since winning an aid package from the European Union.
Greece sold 780 million euros ($1.06 billion) of 26-week bills at a yield of 4.55 percent, with bids for 7.67 times the securities offered, the nation’s debt agency said today in Athens. It also offered 780 million euros of 52-week securities at a yield of 4.85 percent, with a bid-to-cover ratio of 6.54 times. The Public Debt Management Agency said last week it had planned to sell a combined 1.2 billion euros of the bills.
Euro-region finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund offered the country as much as 45 billion euros in loans two days ago. The nation’s bonds rose for a third day as the lifeline boosted confidence the government will honor its debt payments.
“The auction went well and that’s a reflection of the fact that the rescue package restored investor confidence,” said David Keeble, head of fixed-income strategy at Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank in London. “Greece remains an indebted country, and it needs time to put its house in order. The market wasn’t providing that. Now it has time and breathing space.”