City partners hope for revival in capital markets after Greek bailout
City capital markets partners are optimistic that last week’s €109bn (£96bn) Greek bailout will help increase deal activity in Europe’s markets. The package, agreed little more than a year after an initial bailout last May, saw the heads of 17 eurozone governments agree a funding package that will also see private lenders asked to contribute, as well as including measures to cut debt interest rates for Greece, Ireland and Portugal.
City capital markets partners are optimistic that last week’s €109bn (£96bn) Greek bailout will help increase deal activity in Europe’s markets.
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