The effects of E.U.'s actions of providing European countries government's with further jurisdictions on tackling the domestic debt problems brought cheerful news for Greece, where it announced the selling of €1.95 billion of Treasury's bills ($2.53 billion) where this week's auction witnessed a higher demand rate on bills compared with last week's auction.

The bills interest rates were set at 4.05 percent, where the demand-to-supply ratio reached nearly 4 times with a bid-to-cover ratio of 3.64 times on the 13 week bills, compared with last week's 26-week securities.