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Greece Demands $300+ Billion In War Compensation From Germany

By Andrew Bolt ~

A scoundrel government is now trying moral blackmail rather than reform:

The Greek government says Germany owes Greece nearly €279bn (£204bn; $US303bn) in war reparations for the Nazi occupation during World War Two.

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Public Opinion

Fed minutes and Greek debt — what to watch for in the week ahead

Hello friends and Fortune readers.

Play ball! This week marks the official start of baseball season for the MLB. But, it remains to be seen to what extent Greece, which has a massive loan repayment coming due this week, will play ball with its Eurozone creditors and the IMF. 512 more words

Features

More promises, more skepticism as Europe talks around Greek problem

It’s a tired old playbook, but one that neither Greece nor its creditors has found an alternative to yet.

Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras promised late Thursday to submit a more concrete list of reforms to the country’s creditors in the Eurozone that will allow them to unlock the remaining billions in its bailout agreement and stave off bankruptcy, while the creditors repeated with increasingly strained patience their willingness to support the country, but only on their terms. 389 more words

Finance

Greece Considers Raiding The Pensions Piggy Bank

By Andrew Bolt ~

Here’s something for Greens supporters and more reckless Labor voters here in Australia to consider. You really cannot build a social welfare utopia on borrowed money. 317 more words

Public Opinion

Greek prime minister on his country's debt crisis: Don't worry—we got this

Alexis Tsipras’s country might be on the verge of running out of cash and defaulting on its debt to international creditors. But you would hardly have known that by looking at the Greek prime minister on Thursday, when he flew into Paris and briefed reporters. 828 more words

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Tsipras Risks Leading Greece to Disaster- Wall Street Journal

Clock Is Ticking Down on a Greek Solution
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras risks leading the country to disaster

Alexis Tsipras risks leading Greece to disaster—and he has just days to pull the country back from the brink. 978 more words

Greece

ECB to start buying government bonds Monday as outlook improves

The European Central Bank will start buying government bonds on Monday and has no intention of scaling back its plans to pump over €1 trillion into the Eurozone economy over the next 18 months, President Mario Draghi said. 598 more words

Finance