Posts Tagged ‘greece’

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Greek Debt Swap Deal

    Is The Greek Debt Swap Deal Really On A Knife Edge?

    Jan 23, 12 • 2187 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Is The Greek Debt Swap Deal Really On A Knife Edge?

    There appears to be an element within the press that wants to over egg this pudding for all it’s worth, can they simply not let go of the potential for drama? Search as hard as you can there doesn’t appear to have been any recorded systemic change...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Sovereign Debt Knows No Borders

    I Am A Citizen, Not Of Athens Or Greece, But Of The World

    Jan 19, 12 • 2518 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on I Am A Citizen, Not Of Athens Or Greece, But Of The World

    “I Am A Citizen, Not Of Athens Or Greece, But Of The World” – Socrates (Ancient Greek Philosopher, 470 BC-399 BC) Greeceā€™s government heads into a second day of intense talks with its private creditors in a push to reach an agreement that...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Twin Austerity Cities

    A Tale Of Two Austerity Cities, Athens And Dublin

    Jan 5, 12 • 2834 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on A Tale Of Two Austerity Cities, Athens And Dublin

    They are not too dissimilar in economic terms, Ireland is ranked as 48th on a global scale and Greece is ranked as 37th. The GDP per capita of Greeks is $27,875 (nominal, 2011 est.) and the GDP per capita of the Irish is $37,700 (estimate 2009-2010). There is...

  • The Initial New Year Rally Appears To Have Faded

    Jan 4, 12 • 2204 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on The Initial New Year Rally Appears To Have Faded

    Despite the Nikkei index closing up the Hang Seng and CSI closed down in the overnight early morning session. European markets have followed suit, the majority of main bourses indices are down in the morning session. Reality and sobriety could be hitting the...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Investors Pause And Take Stock

    Investors Pause For Breath And Take Stock

    Dec 22, 11 • 3831 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    Whilst investors are winding down for the year-end and trading volumes are set to dwindle, the threat of mass credit ratings downgrades for the euro zone countries still stalks the market. However, the European Central Bank lending programme yesterday eased...

  • Daily Forex News - Give Me Your Tired Your Poor

    Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning To Breathe Free

    Nov 14, 11 • 4186 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    As the dust settles with regards to Greece and Italy can we expect their respective crises to ‘do a Libya’ and simply disappear from the mainstream media’s glare as if the crisis is over, or will the stark realisation emerge that nothing has...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - France in the Firing Line

    As Focus Shifts To Italy, Next In The Firing Line Will Be France

    Nov 7, 11 • 4174 Views • Market Commentaries 2 Comments

    Taking a step back it has been incredible to witness the ‘volte-face’ performed by Greek politicians. How quickly the door has been slammed in the face of the democratic process and how those politicians have re-grouped in order to protect the...

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