? The Greek government issued €1.5bn (£1.19bn) in a debt sale yesterday, with three-year bonds yielding 3.5 per cent as the country returns to international markets. The finance ministry said volatile conditions in markets yesterday had made the sale more difficult. Greek factories also posted solid industrial production figures for May, with a boost of 1.8 per cent year on year.
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