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September 28, 2015, 09:22:53 AM
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http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/ASE:IND

What the hell is happening in Greece? Havent Germany%France aided them?

Stocks Market is down %16.65 at the moment.

-%42.12 return in last 1 year.

A country is sinking down right before our eyes.

This thread is old and I wanted to write on it not to give the answer to the author which make the answer because he without doubt know the answer of it now that the situation is evolved to much but to give life at this thread about Greece because I believe that the issue "Greece" deserve continue attention in every point of view by anyone and more and more every day which passe. It is important discuss about them because is a problem not only Greek. Near this country (in the economic meaning) is Italy one of the most important and powerful economy of the world, is Spain (the same position) it were Ireland and Portugal and tomorrow may be to many others country.

So, the Greece continue to be in crisis. Even with new agreement there is not solved nothing yet. The donors may see changes in order that they give the money and the story of Greece has shown that the changes for the Greeks are very difficult to be made. Tsipras is a demagogue that today made a move and tomorrow another totally different compared with the first. It was not so with the referendum? In one hand he were in talks about the agreement with the European countries and on the other hand has declared the referendum invited the people to not vote that agreement. He has won the last elections and with to many probabilities will be again the first minister of Greece.

I'm sure that we will have other surprised news from Greece in the days to come.
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