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The recent bailout package arranged by the ECB and agreed to by the funding parties will be voted on by a Greek referendum. No word on when or how the ballot will take place, however from an outsider’s perspective with … Continue reading
We all are continuing to watch European Central Bank follies overseas. Not much to report over the weekend however the next round of Greek funding clearly appears in jeopardy. I hate to see the need for securing collateral on soveriegn … Continue reading