The Greek government sold 1.625 billion euros, from the planned 1.25 billion euros, of six-month notes with a decline in yield to 4.90% compared with 4.95% in December's auction. Bids retreated to 2.8 times from the prior 2.93 times. On the other hand, Austria auctioned 600 million euros each of 2016 and 2022 bills with yields of 2.21% and 3.32% respectively.