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Δύο μήνες διακυβέρνησης ΣΥΡΙΖΑ-ΑΝΕΛ. Μερικές σκέψεις.

Note: For the non-Greek friends: a translation of this post in English will follow soon.

#1 Εκούσα-άκουσα (…θέλει και δεν θέλει)

Η κυβέρνηση μετά από «ηρωικές» διαπραγματεύσεις σχεδόν ενός μήνα πέτυχε τη συμφωνία της 20ης Φεβρουαρίου, η οποία οιωνεί είναι θετική (θες προηγούμενα posts). 18 more words

Greek Politics

NEW GREEK JUDICIAL BLACKMAIL: EXPROPRIATE GERMAN PROPERTY IF GERMANY DOES NOT PAY GREECE WHAT IT WANTS !

And you thought the Godfather was Sicilian? Well, ya got it wrong.

He’s Greek. In fact there are lots of them Greek Godfathers and they run the Greek government – and they all think they have made Germany (and the EU) “an offer they can’t refuse!” 291 more words

EU

Against the motion: Robert Micic

Greece has sunken into the crisis far beyond the rest of the nations that form the European Union. The Greek government debt stands at 323 billion euros, exceeding more than 175% of the country’s GDP (CNN). 521 more words

Against

A Greek voice

“My life has changed tremendously due to the crisis. Prices didn’t remain steady and job salaries are decreasing more and more these days. Unemployment is more than visible. 754 more words

Features

As deadline looms, Greek government faces dissension over bailout proposals

ATHENS, Greece – Caught between its own defiant campaign pledges and pressure from creditors, Greece’s left-wing government was readying a list of reforms demanded by debt inspectors for final approval of extended rescue loans. 583 more words

News

Take Your Time

by Ralph Cole, CFA
Executive Vice President of Research

Take Your Time

Greece and Euro Area finance ministers reached a tentative agreement Friday to buy time for Greece to get their financial house in order. 443 more words

Weekly Market Makers

Germany Rejects Greece's Proposal

Euro tumbles and Greek stocks reverse gains as Germany rejects Greece deal

By Thomas Hirst
Business Insider

The euro was sent down against the dollar while Greek stocks have gone into freefall after Germany refused an offer by Greece to extend the country’s bailout. 695 more words