LONDON Feb 10 Greece's borrowing costs fell
sharply on Friday as signs emerged that the country's main
creditors have agreed a common stance on bailout talks.
Two-year Greek government bond yields in fell more than 100
basis points to 8.81 pct, moving further away from
seven-month highs above 10 percent hit on Thursday as worries
about the future of Greece resurfaced.
Euro zone lenders and the International Monetary Fund have
agreed between themselves to present a common stance to Greece
later on Friday in talks on reforms and the fiscal path Athens
must take, euro zone officials said, bringing some relief to
"There seems to be a high degree of will to put this issue
to bed prior to elections in the euro zone," said Rabobank fixed
income strategist Lyn Graham-Taylor.
(Reporting by Dhara Ranasinghe, editing by Nigel Stephenson)