Greece will sell 375 million euros ($ 423.75 million) six-month Treasury bills on December 29, debt agency PDMA said Thursday.
The debt agency last sold six-month Treasury bills in early December, at a yield of -0.43%. The maturity date of the new T-bills is December 31.
Only primary dealers will be allowed to participate, no commission is paid. Primary dealers can submit non-competitive bids for an additional 30% of the auctioned amount by December 30, PDMA said.