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So, The Greeks

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and Yellen holds interest rates...now she has said the GrExit will be bad for the USA...
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240 Billion Euros owed by 12 million people - the secret is - owe so much that your creditors have to rescue you? arguing about retirement age extensions - are these people just stupid or very clever - I think the latter. but its a nasty kind of clever
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Don't tell me that the think tanks of the Germans, French et al never foresaw this when they formed this lopsided euro-union. It suited them as an immediate solution to a then current problem. Now the piper has arrived...
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Eurozone meeting this weekend, so Monday will be interesting,,,,,the charts seem to be in the right place for a break either way....
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I tend to feel more bullish. The charts together with the Fed to hold off interest rate hike imo carries more weight. Whose to say they won't strike a deal on Monday evening late. The leftist Greek government in power for less than a year has to seem to have done all for their constituency before succumbing to the inevitable.
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