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Turbulence In Major Markets To Be Sparked By Greek Default

from KingWorldNews:

This could be a wild week. The volatility has already started, but there is a good chance for more turbulence to come as the week wears on. The overriding event of course is Greece, which is slowly inching into a default on its massive €320 billion of debt as it lives day-by-day with the threat of a bank bail-in hanging over its head. Add to that unstable situation a 2-day FOMC meeting ending Wednesday.

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1 comment to Turbulence In Major Markets To Be Sparked By Greek Default

  • Dirk

    Could it be that the unemployment rate is not below 6.5% as they would have you believe. Seems to me its more like 23% and raising intetest rates would put a lot of people out on the street

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