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Moody Moody’s downgrades Greece’s capital, Athens, as well

No, it’s not a joke! It’s bitter serious!  Rating agency Moody’s is very moody recently and downgrades whatever “Greek” crosses its way. So, beware to avoid a Moody and its small Moody’s, should you see one on the streets. Moody Moody’s will downgrade you personally by 3 notches and define …

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Moody’s: Losses of a possible Greece’s Default at 50%

One day after Moody’s downgrade by 3 nothes, Sarah Carlson, analyst at Moody’s Investors Services said that the losses of a possible default will be around 50% for creditors. Speaking to Greek economic portal Capital, Carlson said that “any estimation of losses in the event of a default would be speculative”. …

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Prof. Rogoff: Greece Debt Restructure Inescapable

I have been trying for quite some time to find out why I smoke more in the morning than the rest of the day. Now, I think, I know. Because of the crap and self-repeating news I read in the morning… In fact, I’m fed up with the pressure some …

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Greece: Default or Not Default? Drachma or Euro? Dye or Cut?

The dilemmas on Greece’s debt future seem endless: Default or Not Default? Drachma or Euro? Haircut or Extensions? With terminologies borrowed  from a hairdresser parlor around the corner and a bankers’ desk on the 245th skyscraper floor, the whole world is keep talking about Greece’s fiscal course: Survive or Fall. Economists and media are …

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