Tag: greece

Eurozone To Decide On More Debt Relief For Greece Next Monday

After many months of financial instability, it looks as if a brighter future is on the horizon for Greece and its inhabitants. Up until this point, the country’s debt crisis has not seen a final resolution, but it appears that this may change soon.  In fact, the nation’s government is hopeful that such a resolution can be reached before the end of 2016. An End To The Greek Debt Crisis? …
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Greece Government Approves New Strategy To Ban Cash

The financial situation in Greece is not improving by any means, as new regulation imposes even more restrictions. Cash purchase limits have been reduced, and significant transactions must be completed with a payment card. Greece imposes More Financial Guidelines People who have been following the financial news over the past year will be well aware of how the situation in Greece is very dire. Although the ECB will bail out …
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Precious Metals Are Not The Answer To Greek Capital Controls

Bitcoin is the answer to a lot of financial problems in the world, especially the part where consumers and enterprises are struggling to move funds in and out of the country. Relying on precious metals transfers is not the best solution either, as a recent confiscation by border police in Greece. Also read: BitX Users Face More Questions Regarding The Nature of Trading Bitcoin Smuggling Gold Bars Is Not The …
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The Greece debacle is almost over – What does this mean for European stockmarkets?

Grexit has been a very popular word lately, as the danger of Greece leaving the Eurozone got bigger and bigger during the first half of 2015. Finally, after the Greek referendum, it looks like everything is coming to an end, with Greece remaining in the Eurozone. So what does this mean for stockmarkets?   I will use the Dax for reference but all major western European markets are highly correlated. …
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