Greek exit more likely because of growing belief that the external costs will be minimal

5 comments on “Greek exit more likely because of growing belief that the external costs will be minimal
  1. Mother Earth says:

    But of it means Greece will have to do something to earn the Euros to fuel their industry..recipy for diseaster..

  2. James Brown says:

    Did anyone BTFD today? SLA reporting for duty, SIR! ( and ma’am…Stacy…)

  3. Kevin Eshbach says:

    Greece leaving the Euro is fast becoming the stuck record of the century or is Greece just a major attention whore?

  4. Alf says:

    I don’t understand, Tsipras said he viewed the deal as null and void… The
    popular verdict clearly renders the bailout deal impossible or even invalid
    …is there some kind of disconnect here between the Troika and their actual
    understanding of the desperate situation and impact austerity is having on the
    PEOPLE of Greece?… and do they really believe the Greek PEOPLE will vote
    for a party which will impose further and harsher austerity cuts upon them
    just to pacify the markets or bondholders?…Greece is being forced to default,
    they will never vote for more austerity…would you?

  5. badsey says:

    This is exactly why a populace should be stacking phyz. When the currency fails (Greek Euro) you will still have something to hold yourself over until the new currency can embed itself. Without having physical silver or gold -these people will be forced to barter with their possessions until the currency volatility subsides. Greece will be the first to exit the Euro.

    Iceland did well during this transition (had Krona -not Euro) while Zimbabwe had all its’ slaves panning gold when their dollar was suspended on 12 April 2009.óna:

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