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Greek Crisis: German Eurospin Goes into Overdrive

HJ: The waters continue to get murkier in the Greek/Eurozone debt crisis.  September is going to be a big month.  With Greek basically missing nearly all of the targets set by the Troika…


Breaking: Greeks Cut Behind the Scenes Deal

HJ: Sounds to me like more financial shenanigans — the old bait and swtich, ‘don’t pay attention to the man behind the curtain’ type scenario.  It should be obvious to anyone following this saga that…


The Slog: Greece – Anarchy Inside the Troika

HJ: The Slog gives us a fresh glimpse inside the behind the scenes antics of a Europe struggling to avoid a Greek default by any underhanded means necessary.  The ECB is making all…


Greece: It Will Leave the Eurozone, Even Though it Doesn’t Want To

By John Ward (The Slog) The Slog Greece can’t live on thin air during August The media spotlight at the moment appears to be on Spain, when it isn’t on the Olympics. But…

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Greece — What Matters And What Does Not

By Tyler Durden on 06/16/2012 11:35 -0400 Zero Hedge From Mark Grant, author of Out of the Box Greece—What matters and What does Not The bond market is heading East while the equity markets heads…

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Greek Bank Run Update: Up To $1 Billion A Day Now

By Tyler Durden on 06/13/2012 15:00 -0400 http://www.zerohedge.com/news/greek-bank-run-update-1-billion-day-now Yesterday, we did an update of the Greek bank jog, when noting that between €100-€500 million per day was being withdrawn from Greek banks based on Kathimerini reports….

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Greek Bank Run Update: 100-500 Million Euros Per Day

By Tyler Durden on 06/12/2012 07:57 -0400 Zero Hedge Five days ahead of the Greek parliamentary re-vote, the media propaganda machine has gone mute due to the moratorium on the RAND() known as popular polling:…

Eurozone is ‘Unsustainable’ Warns Mario Draghi

The head of the European Central Bank hit out at the political paralysis gripping the region as he warned the eurozone’s set-up was “unsustainable”. By Louise Armitstead, Chief business correspondent 8:26PM BST 31 May 2012…

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Euroblown Breaking: Greece Heading for Second Stalemate as Prisons Run Out of Food

New opinion polls in this morning’s Greek press have New Democracy and Syriza still way ahead, and Pasok stuck at slightly above its vote last time. By John Ward http://bit.ly/JPrdMw The figures look…

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Lloyd’s of London Preparing for Euro Collapse

The chief executive of the multi-billion pound Lloyd’s of London has publicly admitted that the world’s leading insurance market is prepared for a collapse in the single currency and has reduced its exposure…

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