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Γ. ΠιπερόπουλοςΟ καθηγητής Γιώργος Πιπερόπουλος μεταφέρει το άρθρο του Lawrence Delevingne. Ακολουθεί το πρωτότυπο στην αγγλική γλώσσα:

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What tragedy? Hedge funds look to score on Greek recovery

Greece is once again a bet reserved for the bravest of investors.

After two years of relative calm, the election of the anti-austerity Syriza party in late January caused renewed volatility in local stock and bond markets. New Greek leaders are negotiating with European officials to restructure their bailout package—as the European Central Bank on Wednesday reportedly provided an emergency $78 billion loan to Greek banks. There’s even the possibility of Greece leaving the European Union, a so-called Grexit that could have ripple effects across the Continent.

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More words without… meanings!

by Professor Giorgos Piperopoulos

The much discussed “haircut” of Greek bonds (PSI) came to an end and was followed by publicly expressed exuberant statements by both professor Venizelos (the SINGLE and favourite candidate for the Chairmanship of PASOK who will most probably be voted into office with a very large majority) and by Dr. Papademos, while Greek public opinion was utterly impressed with the deafening SILENCE of Mr Samaras… (How are your “renegotiations” going Mr Samaras?;)

Subsequently since there were some private investors who refused to participate in the “haircut” voluntarily, (a reality which could create problems for the integration of the PSI and the second European package of 130 billion Euros) initially Mr. Venizelos as Greece’s Economic Czar and then unanimously the Greek Cabinet FORCED the “deniers” to accept the “haircut” imposed on them…

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