Posts tagged ‘Eurozone’

6 July, 2012

Greece in trouble again!

Greece agreed to austerity measures to stay in the Eurozone, but now it looks as if they’re going back on their word.  What are the implementations of this?  What happens now?  This kind of news can mean huge problems for the global markets.  Depending on how the markets take the news, this could cause a huge sell-off.  That would not be good, at all.

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17 June, 2012

Greece: What does their election mean for the rest of us?

From Huffington Post

Greeks were going to the polls Sunday for the second time in six weeks in what was arguably their country’s most critical vote in 40 years, with Greece’s treasured place within the European Union’s joint currency in the balance.

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13 June, 2012

Food Hoarding in Greece: Are We Close?

Beautiful Greece has had financial and political problems going on for quite some time.  The turmoil in the streets have sent the nation into a chaotic spiral and the uncertainty of the elections hasn’t helped any.
The people in Greece have now resorted to hoarding food in an attempt to offset any more chaos caused by the upcoming elections.

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