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Greek Two-Year Note Yield Rises to Euro-Era Record 46.51 Percent

September 02, 2011

Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Greece’s two-year notes extended their decline, pushing the yield on the securities up as much as 358 basis points, or 3.58 percentage points, to a euro-era record 46.51 percent as of 11:06 a.m. in London.

Ten-year yields were 40 basis points higher at 18.18 percent.

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