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Angry Greek Bond Holders Ηarass PASOK Leader Venizelos over PSI

Dozens of  Greek bond holders harassed former Finance Minister – now PASOK leader – Evangelos Venizelos and ex deputy finance minister Philipppos Sachinidis outside the Bank of Greece on Wednesday afternoon. Protest banner “Thieves. Bring our money back” The angry and frustrated Greeks spoke out heavy insults against Venizelos and attacked his …

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DER SPIEGEL Exposes Schaeuble, Merkel on Euro-Referendum

German government insists to deny that Angela Merkel had suggested a euro-referendum to Greek president Karolos Papoulias on Friday. However, German weekly DER SPIEGEL supports the Greeks. The magazine insists that Merkel did indeed made such a proposal to Papoulias and added that the euro-referendum idea was brought at the table by …

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Merkel’s Referendum Sets Greeks on Fire – Eurogroup Knew About it…

With her ‘alleged’ (?) euro-referendum proposal German Chancellor Angela Merkel achieved the impossible: to unite all Greek Parties against her! The pro-bailout and the contra-bailout parties alike. Despite denials from the German side and confirmations from the Greek side, there is still confusion on Saturday morning as to whether Angela Merkel …

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Greece To Pay at least €35.5 Million to PSI Advisers

 OUCH! Greece has to pay at least 35.5 million euro to its two main advisers helping the debt-ridden country with its Greek Bond swap (PSI) or in common English “debt restructuring”. Greek Finance Ministry saw itself obliged to reveal the payments, after daily Proto Thema  claimed on Tuesday, that Athens had …

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Greeks on PSI: Progress But No Deal Yet

While chief of Institute of International Finance (IIF), Charles Dallara is packing his suitcases to travel to Athens on Jan 11/2012, Greeks are doing some homework ahead of the talks. Thus under the pressure of French president Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel who threaten not to give Greece the next aid …

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