Thursday June 4, 2020

Greece crisis: Let’s hope no one trips in tango

Even if a deal is struck, will Greece’s banks be able to open on Monday given that €1 billion left lenders in one day?

21st June, 2015
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After four months of brinksmanship, Greece has finally got something out of the EU: a special summit meeting tomorrow at which Europe’s top political leaders will try to hammer out a deal with the Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras.

Well, if you are going to go to the edge of the precipice, you might as well go to the very edge, milk the drama to the last drop, and do so in front...

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