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Schaeuble says Greece will soon be in a position to borrow from markets

Outgoing German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was uncharacteristically positive in his recent comments regarding Greece, saying the country is on a “good path” and that critics’ pessimistic forecasts have not panned out. Schaeuble, who often played the role of the Euro zone’s “bad cop” in dealings with Greece over the …

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Greece announces “Return to Bond Markets”, aims to raise €4.03billion

The much anticipated return to the bond markets is on. Greece’s government is returning to the financial markets for the first time since 2014. The bond sale started at 1 p.m. Monday noon July 24th. 2017. The government aims to raise some 4.03 billion euros from the auction, while the …

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When will Greece return to markets? ESM, Commission send conflicting messages

Greek government borrowing costs hit their lowest level in more than five years this week, investors speculate that Athens may soon end the exile from bond markets.  The Greek government signals return to the markets can happen already in summer 2017, short after creditors disburse the 7-billion euro bailout tranche …

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Greece installs first photovoltaic virtual net-metering PV on school rooftop

Greece’s first virtual net-metering PV system is installed on the rooftop of a school in Thessaloniki, the country’s second biggest city. The system is funded by Greenpeace Greece but is not yet connected to the grid, as it is waiting for the ministry to pass a new law. Net-metering (or …

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FinMin Stournaras: Greece could return to debt markets in 2014

Greece could return to debt markets to test the water in the second half of 2014 if his country returns to growth in the first half of next year and manages a primary surplus, its finance minister said in a German media interview out on Monday. “That would be a …

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Dallara: Greece could return to markets late 2014, early 2015

Greece could return to the markets at late 2014 – early 2015 according to Charles Dallara, the managing director of the Washington-based bank lobby group, the Institute of International Finance (IIF), speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. He also said that the market sentiment has …

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Guest Post: A Very European Financial Coup d’état

Our KTG-friend Cheshire Cat just submitted his latest post of ” A Very European Financial Coup d’état”. To tell you the truth, I’m glad to see more and more people speaking of a Coup d’ Etat triggered by the markets and facilitated by the inability of the EU leaders to cope …

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NYT: Conspiracies, Coups & Currencies – Greece & Italy

Do the markets cause the end of Democracy in Europe? If their pressure on elected governments is immense, the answer is most probably…. “Yes!”. There is this interesting article published on New York Times about “Conspiracies, Coups and Currencies“. It coincides more or less with the KTG-article “ Post-Post Modern Coup …

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