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Greece saw "huge demand" Thursday in another tentative return to markets with a seven-year bond, its first sale of the sort since the start of the economic crisis, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said.The last seven-year bond, sold at an interest rate of 6 percent, was issued in April 2010 – days before the country publicly requested the first of its three EU-IMF bailouts.In July, Greece made its first return to debt markets after a three-year hiatus, selling 3 billion euros worth of five-year bonds at 4.625 percent, lower than its previous outing in 2014 .
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