Inflation issuers face Greek fallout


Governments across Europe face unprecedented challenges. Spending has spiralled as a result of the crisis, forcing some sovereigns to issue more debt than ever before. The volume of new inflation-linked bonds is expected to rise as a consequence, potentially reaching record levels this year. But with Greece struggling to resolve a debt crisis, European debt management offices face a difficult set of circumstances.

In response, some could draw on lessons learned from the crisis. At the height of

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