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Greek Drama Shakes Markets Worldwide
By OptionsClick - Jun 29, 2015

Greek banks have been closed and capital controls were imposed on Sunday in an effort to gain control of Greece’s crippled banking system. Bailout talks between creditors and Greece’s ...

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Carsten Meier
Carsten Meier Jun 30, 2015 10:34PM GMT
Grease are in fail mode, broke and I bad standing with EMF. If DAX don't take a hit on this I don't know what it takes to bring the super dax down. but as I saw in an podcast with 2 of the leading heagefond CEOs the difference from 2008 and now is the creditors are governmental institutions tax payers and not private ei. it will not have the same effect on the market.

Ryan Wiblin
Ryan Wiblin Jun 30, 2015 07:54PM GMT
20 July - Grexit....

RV Rv Jun 30, 2015 06:15PM GMT
Dax continue positive, so Greece don't pay is a good thing...
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