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    kafantaris kafantaris
    Invalidating the referendum is a wise decision for the Greek court. It has the legal authority to do so on constitutional grounds and it should proceed with...
    fxtime fxtime
    @kafantaris you have summed the situation entirely with your comment of ''saving themselves from themselves''
  • Article / Yesterday at 11:45 GMT

    FX Noon: The sound of silence

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: The sound of silence
    Forex markets are quiet this Friday with the US closed for Independence Day and Greece on tenterhooks ahead of this weekend's referendum. That didn't stop the AUD from taking a tumble, however...
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  • Article / Yesterday at 10:57 GMT

    Independence Day... all weekend?

    Head of Trading / The ECU Group plc
    United Kingdom
    Independence Day... all weekend?
    Today we take a brief look at the Greek referendum this weekend and, after the US employment report we express our views of the USD and also the AUD through the second half of 2015.
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    fxtime fxtime
    I am impressed that Greece has managed to organise a referendum within a week ! It is incredible to think they do have the skillsets to push...
  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 9:23 GMT

    Varoufakis advises Irish to seek 'sensible debt relief'

    Irish Independent
    Ireland has been saddled with a preposterous amount of debt and should seek a deal with other bailout states like Greece, Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis said today. "We should seek a sensible debt relief exercise...not just for us, but countries like Ireland and Portugal too," he told RTE in an interview on Morning Ireland. Ireland has the fourth highest government debt to GDP ratio in the EU, Greece has the highest with Italy and Portugal in between.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 9:07 GMT

    Greeks evenly split ahead of landmark vote

    The latest Bloomberg news poll shows Greeks divided by Sunday's referendum, with 43% intending to vote 'No' and 42.5% planning on casting 'Yes' ballots. The poll, which showed 14.5% of Greeks to be undecided, suggests that the landmark vote could prove less conclusive than many hope even as 81% of Greeks say they would prefer to stay in the Eurozone. The survey, according to pollster Nikos Marantzidis, shows a gap between “those who really think that the future of the country is outside the euro area and even the EU, and those who consider the referendum to be a negotiating tactic". Support for the 'No' side has been decreasing steadily since Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras called the referendum last Saturday as Greeks are feeling the pinch of capital controls and cash shortages.
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 9:00 GMT

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