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FNF Greece: The Greek government is running out of time, again

by Nicos Rompapas, Executive Director KEFIM-Markos Dragoumis

Negotiations between the Greek government and its creditors remain in a stalemate, but time is running out. For months members of the government have been stating that Greece has fulfilled its commitments for the second compliance review of reforms and economic progress and that just a few issues remain open. 445 more words

GREECE

Simon Parkes News Updates – Jan 25-28, 2017

“Simon Parkes is a life long experiencer of aliens, shadow people, elementals and ufo’s, these include Mantid (Mantis) beings, Draconis Reptilian, Feline, small and tall Grey creatures, Crystalline beings and other creatures that can’t be identified. 605 more words

Europe

Debt-to-GDP post-2006 in 12 countries

The best source of annual debt-to-GDP ratios that are reasonably comparable across (many) countries is probably the World Economic Outlook (WEO) of the IMF. In the WEO database, we can obtain both the actual data and some forecast, which is always interesting to see, but I guess of little practical use beyond “next year.” There are also several other variables, not only regarding public finances. 445 more words

Macroeconomics

Impact of Negative Interest Rate

By Payal Sachdeva

The concept of “Negative interest rate” was flourished after 2008 financial crisis when all other means to reinvigorate the economy had been exhausted. 368 more words

Economics

Why a Nexit would be good for the Netherlands

Past Friday, 51.9% of the British have voted to leave the European Union against 48.1% of those who have voted to remain. The details of the EU referendum can be found on… 3,033 more words

Why a Nexit would be good for the Netherlands

Past Friday, 51.9% of the British have voted to leave the European Union against 48.1% of those who have voted to remain. The details of the EU referendum can be found on… 3,033 more words

Current Events

Wall Street's worst vulture hedge funds are making a killing by undermining the global economy

Recently, a resonant legal victory of hedge funds over Argentina has captured the attention of the global community. The hedge funds in this case aren’t run of the mill investment shops, however. 1,147 more words