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As one of the most beautiful locations in Europe, Athens, Greece is well worth visiting. The capital of the country, Athens is one of the best-known and most cities in human history. Once the home of...
Superstitions are folk beliefs, convictions or suspicions that certain behaviors will have good or bad consequences — even though most of us realize, rationally, that there’s no conceivable...
It seems hard to imagine much good news coming out of Greece concerning its economy. After all, it has what feels like a decade-long negative track record.
Greek shares traded lower on Tuesday ahead of a confidence vote for Greece's government set for Wednesday night.
Late on Friday came word that Fitch Ratings raised the credit rating for Greece to B- from CCC and that its view is Outlook Positive.
With the Brexit Vote only adding that much more uncertainty, the reality is setting in that this could spell long-term trouble for the European Union. Britain never did share its currency, but they...
Greece is back in the news. The good news about Greece is that they are not back in the news on the verge of an impending default, nor is Greece being accused of being the verge of being ejected from...
Should investors sell in May and go away this year? That largely depends on three foreseeable things.
The sharp drop in crude oil prices that occurred in early trading Monday had been pared back to less than 1% by the noon hour.
Europe’s most indebted government is back at it, complaining about bailout conditions and fighting for its next tranche of bailout funds.
The Greek numbers show how impossible it is for the country to pull out of its deep recession, which in turn cripples its ability to pay back billions of dollars in sovereign debt.
The New York Stock Exchange announced on Friday that it has commenced proceedings to delist the American Depositary Shares (ADRs) of the National Bank of Greece SA (NYSE: NBG). Friday was the last...
Greece goes to the polls for the third time in four years on Sunday, and the consequences could be very deep, and pushing the monetary union into disarray for a fourth time.
As Greece tries to pay its massive debts and struggles with GDP contraction, employment continues to be a huge barrier to recovery.
Everyone seems to be guessing about the future and near-term expectations after the recent market panic. The first thing that needs to be considered is that trying to call a bottom in a market is...