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Banking Sources: Greece Plans April Bond Market Comeback from Default

Greece is planning to return to the international bond market this month, four years after it became the first eurozone country to be bailed out and only two years since defaulting on its debts.   With Greece showing signs of pulling out of a crippling recession, the government aims to raise two billion euros ($2.75 billion) in a sale of five-year bonds, banking sources told Thomson Reuters markets service IFR on Thursday.   A power company is also poised to become the first...

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