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ECB urged Cyprus to vote levy Sunday, “to avoid problems with banks

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A European Central Bank official on Sunday asked President Anastasiades for a decision on a levy on deposits to be taken today, so that commercial banks open on Tuesday, the Cyprus News Agency has reported. CNA said the request was made as the president was briefing the House Finance Committee [...]

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17
Mar

Deutsche Bank: “Only Jesus can save the Eurozone”

Posted by in Economy

Deutsche Bank‘s global head of FX strategy, Bilal Hafeez, recently gave a speech at the annual Deutsche Bank Mittelstand (small and medium-sized enterprises) FX conference in Hamburg, Germany. The bank’s research department transcribed Hafeez’s speech and sent it out to clients in a note. The speech focuses on the euro [...]

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17
Mar

UPD: Albanian convict Rizai surrender after holding 5 prison guards hostages for 24 hours

Posted by in Very Mix

UPDATE: Albanian convict Alket Rizai surrendered to police on Sunday evening after he held 5 prison guards as hostages for 24 hours. None was harmed. Greek media reported, that Rizai had no explosives or hand grenades. Earlier KTG wrote: The thriller of Albanian convict Alket Rizai continues also on Sunday [...]

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16
Mar

UPDs:AEK soccer player Katidis in Nazi salute inside football stadium

Posted by in Sports

Player of AEK Football Club Giorgos Katidis raised his hand in Nazi salute inside the football stadium after scoring a goal. The moment he raised his hand in a very obvious Nazi salute, members of AEK technical team fell over him, most probably to hide the insident. Video: Ο χαιρετισμός [...]

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16
Mar

Greek banks to absorb branches of three Cypriot banks

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Greek banks will absorb the branches of Cypriot banks “Cyprus”, “Laiki” and “Elliniki”, Greek media reported on Saturday, hours after the Eurogroup decided on Cyprus bailout. Citing government and banking sources, Greek and international media report that “Cypriot banks will transfer their Greek units to Greek owners.” The units of [...]

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16
Mar

Cyprus bailout: Greeks do not feel well either… FinMin Stournaras’ statement

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The eurogroup decision to violently grab private bank deposits in Cyprus could not but trigger a panic also in Greece. And most probably to the citizens of every economically weak EU country. – My father, 85, came early in the morning shouting, we should withdraw our weak deposit from the [...]

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16
Mar

Insane EU: Bank depositors in panic as they pay for Cyprus €10bn bailout

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Bank depositors will have to finance 60% of  the 10-billion-euro bailout for Cyprus agreed between European Union and International Monetary Fund in Brussels in the early morning hours of Saturday. Eurozone ministers force depositors at Cypriot banks to pay a one time levy to raise  6 billion euros. The so-called “emergency [...]

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15
Mar

Greek media: Paul Koster, Chairman of HFSF, submitted resignation

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Paul Koster, the Dutch chairman of Greece’s bank bailout fund Greek Financial Fund (HFSF) submitted his resignation, Greek media reported on Friday evening. Koster’s resignation comes six weeks after he was appointed to this post and in the middle of the Greek banks recapitalization and reconstruction process. The HFSF is in charge [...]

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15
Mar

Public opinion survey: SYRIZA in government with …Samaras as PM

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What do austerity- and recession-hit Greeks want? Apparently left-wing SYRIZA in the government but with conservative Antonis Samaras as Prime Minister. This weird preference is the result of the latest public opinion survey that gives SYRIZA 29.5% in the respondents’ choice. According to Public Issue survey: SYRIZA 29.5% Nea Dimocratia [...]

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15
Mar

Cases of Greek starving children increase

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We read about them here and there. A child in Central Greece or a child in Peloponnese. Children that go to school and faint of starvation. Latest example, the case of a second-grade student who fainted on his way to school in Patras. When the teachers asked the boy, if he [...]

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