Portugal to take step towards bond market return

Portugal plans to issue medium-term notes with maturities of one to five years that are designed for specific creditors as it seeks to regain access to bond markets, the IMF said.

17th July, 2012

Portugal plans to issue medium-term notes with maturities of one to five years that are designed for specific creditors as it seeks to regain access to bond markets, the International Monetary Fund said.

The government is also expected to sell more treasury bills with maturities of more than one year in the coming months, the IMF said in a staff report on the fourth review of the aid program for Portugal. The government debt agency...

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