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PIIGS ETFs and Greek ADS Respond to Athens Reopening Stock Exchange

Greece is back as a financial market again. Well, sort of. The nation finally allowed its stock market to open back up after an unheard of five-week trading halt. Needless ...
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Greece Scores Unusual Debt Rating Upgrade from S&P

Just when you thought no good news could come out Greece, just look outside of Greece for good news on Greece. Standard & Poor's has decided to raise Greece's sovereign ...
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Is Reopening Greek Banks Actually Bad News?

If you have been watching the global financial news during any point of the past month, chances are high that the coverage of Greece may have become more than just overwhelming. ...
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Can Investors Find Value in the Greek Crisis?

Greece’s economy is in shambles. Unemployment persistently resides in the double-digit range. However, investors can benefit greatly from turmoil. Catastrophe breeds lower asset prices. However, those asset prices can also ...
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Varoufakis Exit May Ultimately Help Greek Banks

The financial media might have the public tricked into believing that Greece's "no" vote is the end of the euro, but 2015 is a far different year than say 2010. ...
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Will Last Ditch Efforts Stave off Nationalization in Greece?

Is Greece going to capitulate? It turns out that capital controls, the threat of bankruptcy hearings, attempts to repossess national heritage assets and infrastructure, the threat of not being able ...
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The Fallout of Greek Shame

OK, so the news out of Greece is about as bad as one can get, short of military involvement. The financial markets are in turmoil, after somehow actually having been ...
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Nationalization Risk Returns in Greek Banks

The only way to describe the situation around Greece's ongoing negotiations with creditors would be to call it a Greek tragedy. Investors keep thinking that Greece is going to strike ...
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Despite Gains, National Bank of Greece Still Faces Risk

Another round of emergency European Central Bank (ECB) funding from late last week allowed Greek banks to open on Monday. Currently, Alexis Tsipras, Prime Minister of Greece, is in talks ...
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Are More Talks on the Horizon for Greece?

Talks with Greece fell through once again as the European Union is trying to hold itself together. This isn’t the first time that talks have fallen through and, by the ...
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Nationalization and Default Threat Risk Diminishes in Greece

The massive snapback rally on Wednesday in stocks in the United States and Europe is tied to word that Angela Merkel may be committed to signing a deal with Greece. ...
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Is There a New Greek Bank Nationalization Risk After IMF News?

After news broke that Greece and the European Union were too far apart on a deal, it was one thing. Now Greece has decided to bundle its interest payments that ...
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When Dealing With Greece Becomes Impossible

The situation in Greece literally has become laughable from a non-European's view. Greece's socialist Syriza party and the ministers are very obviously torpedoing every debt repayment and restructuring negotiation effort. ...
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Greek Sovereign Debt Downgraded at S&P

Ratings service Standard & Poor’s has downgraded its long-term and short-term sovereign credit ratings on Greece from B-/B to CCC+/C. The ratings have been removed from CreditWatch, but the outlook ...
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NBG Among Top Greek Bank Credit Downgrades

Greece's credit ratings woes are not yet over. It turns out that Fitch Ratings has downgraded the key Greek banks, following its downgrade of Greece's sovereign rating on March 27, ...
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