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Daily Archives: November 5, 2010

Fed Up with Money & Elections? Listen to Stratos Dionisiou (Greek Music)

So much talking about economics (money, spreads, bonds) and politics (local elections, early elections) lately. I though to upload “Money, Money” by Abba but then I reconsidered. Talking about money again? Let’s better talk about love! Stratos Dionisiou – Agapi moy epikindini ( My dangerous Love)… he complains too that …

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Why is Greek Stock Market Afraid of Elections? by

I read this very interesting article with the title “Why is Greek Stock Market Afraid of the Elections”. As the article has been published on Greek Economic News Portal Capital,.gr, I took the time to translate is as best as possible. “After Sunday’s local elections, the government needs  to indicate whether the result was positive …

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Greek Spreads Reached New High amid Early Elections Discussions

Greece 10-year bond reached a new high on  Friday amid  discussions about possible early national elections.  The difference in yields between Greek 10-year bonds and German Bunds of the same maturity jumped 18,4 basis points to from 881 to 899 basic points today, as Greek PM Papandreou threatens to go to early …

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Zach Galifianakis Does it Again

Oh, that’s nice! Zach Galifianakis Red Swimsuit Calender! Ageless, sexy and juicy  Zach is posing in front of the camera bringing laughter and shine into our grey, miserable and debt-driven lives!American magazine Vanity Fair  published excerpts from this wonderful calender. Zach Galifianakis is an American stand-up comedian and actor of Greek …

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Is Greece Heading for Early Elections on December? Scenarios

Is Greece heading to early national elections in December, should ruling party PASOK fail to win  the local elections of  November 7? Greek media report that there is no room for misinterpretation as for the intentions of Prime Minister George Papandreou. He is allegedly to take his decision on Sunday night, after …

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