Slovenia has issued the eurozone's first bond since the Greek deal

Ljubljana (AFP) - Slovenia raised 1.25 billion euros ($1.37 billon) in 10-year bonds, the first euro bond issued by a eurozone country since a bailout deal was reached with Greece, the government announced Wednesday.

The bonds, maturing in 2025, were sold on Tuesday with a 2.125-percent interest rate and at 98.883 percent of the nominal value, the finance ministry said in a statement.

"Slovenia successfully re-opened the European Sovereign primary market following a period of intense...

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