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Goldman Asks Why Greece Can't Just Print Drachmas?
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In a daily research report, Goldman's emerging market research team of Themos Fiotakis and Oliva Kim deliver the insight that Greece transitioning into its own currency to pay down debts, a primary benefit of a sovereign nation's currency, won't be a …

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Just How Much Did Greece's Election Roil Its Recovery?
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Syriza has rocked and roiled Greece. The run-up to the anti-austerity government's election in January and since has resulted in some serious upheavals in Greek assets. Greek shares and bonds whipped higher and then lower as investors alternatively …

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Russia Must Be Wary of Cyprus and Greece
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Although a last-minute compromise with euro zone finance ministers was reached, this safety net — if it is approved by individual EU states — will be in place for just four months and Greece still faces an uphill struggle to devise and implement a …

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Turkey Revises Initial NOTAM After Firm Greek Reaction
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Turkey has finally revised its previously issued NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) after the Greek government’s strong reaction, regarding the inclusion of Greek land in military exercises within the Aegean Sea and Greek airspace. On Friday, February 27, Turkey issued a NOTAM requesting to reserve extensive Greek airspace from March 2 to December 31 for military [...]

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Greek Parliament Will Not Vote on Loan Agreement
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The Greek government confirmed on Monday that the four-month loan extension agreement will not be submitted to parliament since it is not required. SYRIZA parliamentary spokesperson Konstantinos Fylis said that MPs have an opportunity to discuss the agreement but not vote for it. Speaking to Greek TV, the new SYRIZA Central Committee general secretary, Tasos Koronakis, said [...]

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Vatopedi Monastery Land Scandal Trial to be Adjourned
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The trial for the Vatopedi Monastery land swap scandal started on Monday without any of the politicians allegedly involved standing trial. However, it was adjourned for March 23 because the courtroom was deemed not sufficient. The main defendants are the Monastery’s Abbot Ephraim and monk Arsenios, along with the wife of former Public Order Minister Giorgos [...]

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‘Hellas Gold’ and Miners in ‘War’ with Greek Govt over Skouries Goldmine
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Hellas Gold SA (part of Canadian Eldorado Gold Corp.) and the mining workers employed in the company’s goldmines in Skouries, Chalkidiki, Northern Greece, appear determined to proceed with legal action against the Greek government, after the latter announced it would be recalling the permit for a processing plant on the site and reviewing the terms under [...]

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Spain: 3rd Bailout for Greece Being Mulled for up to $56B
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Eurozone nations are negotiating a third bailout worth as much as 50 billion euros ($56 billion) for Greece, Spain's economy minister said Monday. But in a sign of the state of uncertainty surrounding the efforts to stabilize Greece's finances, the …

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Spanish Official Says Greece Seeking Third Bailout
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MADRID—A political clash between Spain and Greece deepened after a top Spanish official said Greece is negotiating a third bailout with the European Union, a claim denied by a representative of the eurozone's finance ministers. Talks on a new bailout …

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Victor rally topples Greece Thunder for hockey crown
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Hobbled by a knee injury for the past several games, the Victor High School junior wasn't able to play prime-time minutes in the Section V Class BB championship game against top-seeded Greece Athena/Odyssey. He got the shift that mattered most, though, …

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Greece bailout: EU 'mediating' Greek row with Spain and Portugal
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The European Commission says it is trying to maintain EU unity after Greece accused Spain and Portugal of conspiring against it. Spain and Portugal complained after the Greek prime minister accused them of trying to derail his government because they …

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