The European Union wants the Group of 20 Nations at the meeting tomorrow to examine how the fiscal position of Greece has affected yield on bonds. Yield on Greek bonds have risen the most since 1998, as a result of the budget deficit that stands at 13.6% of GDP revised upwards from 12.7%, according to EU estimates.

The yield on 10-year bonds climbed to 8.564 as Greek stocks fell for the second consecutive day, as the ASE Index dipped 2.4% to 1,890.21.