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Greek Government Securities

The Hellenic Republic issues securities either by auction through the Electronic Secondary Securities Market System (HDAT), or by syndication of banks in accordance with the “Primary Dealers Operating Rules”. Individuals may also obtain these securities through authorised Legal Entities. 
The securities refer to:

- Treasury Bills with maturities of 13, 26 or 52 weeks
- Bonds with maturities of two (2) or more years

Investors may be informed about the terms of current and earlier issues of Greek government securities through the official website of the Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA).

Tables with relevant historical data on the Greek government securities issues, starting with the year 1985 are provided through the links below. The data refer to issuance dates and interest rates of Treasury Bills, Fixed or Floating Interest Rate Bonds and Inflation Linked Bonds, i.e., bonds with interest rates linked to the Consumer Price Index.

•  Interest rates of Greek Government Treasury Bills
•  Interest rates of Greek Government Bonds
•  Interest rates of Inflation-linked Greek Government Bonds

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