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When The Cure is Worse Than the Disease

Last week most of the world was expecting a chaotic, but unavoidable Greek exit from the Euro, but following more final, final negotiations a deal was ultimately hammered out between Greece and it’s creditors. A quick glance over much of the media shows that many view the new bailout as a temporary reprieve at best, […]

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The Three Most Dangerous Things This Morning

This week three big issues are defining the financial landscape Greece Isn’t Done Yet! Despite a no vote in Greece over the weekend, the EU still believes it is within the collected interest within the Eurozone to stop Greece from imploding. Strong resistence seems to be coming from Greece on this issue as the Greek […]

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I’m So Tired of Europe

hu·bris noun excessive pride or self-confidence. (in Greek tragedy) excessive pride toward or defiance of the gods, leading to nemesis I love Europe. I love it’s culture, its cities and architecture and the pace of life. I think in many ways Europe seems more usefully progressive, with things like public transportation and even energy. But […]

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Greece’s End Game; Unravelling The #Grexit

On Friday, the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, after months of fruitless negotiations, asked for a referendum on whether Greece should accept further austerity in exchange for continued bailout support from the IMF, or whether it should reject creditor demands, a decision which would mean defaulting on its sovereign debt obligations and effectively leaving the […]

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