12 Responses to Greek bank warns country would implode if it pulled out of the Eurozone

  1. Mary says:

    The whole planet is ready to implode

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    • Dianne Ford says:

      Money is the least of everyone’s troubles now. Wars, rumors of wars, earthquakes, terrible weather everywhere and volcanoes and horrible evil befalling all of us. Pray as you have never prayed before because I am my friends. I just want to go to be with Jesus and my loved ones to be with me too. Pray for the lost everywhere.

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  2. Pauly says:

    B.S. The country would prosper if the government printed it’s own $.

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  3. Dan Sherwood says:

    Alvin did you notice that Japan has decided to start direct currency trade with China (shifting from current trading with US)? This may just be Japan surrendering to the fact that they will need to evacuate the country and China is the closest jumping off point. Either way, I would think this will have an effect on the dollar this week.

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  4. palmbaylou says:

    When the pain of change becomes less than the pain of staying the same, they will change.

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  5. Joseph t. Repas says:

    …and the IMF says…..” checkmate! “

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  6. Gordian Knot says:

    RIP Alexandros . . . 05.29.2012

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/greek-pensioner-hangs-himself-protest-greece-will-be-wiped-map

    The plan of prospering and living to old age is being disrupted by choices people take upon themselves as the only way out, racked with guilt and shame. Where is the compassion for our fellow man ?

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  7. With the cost analysis of the investment of Euro, what is the differential between the dividend and the actual invested assets from Greece? Is it worth it and for what reason? Is it increasing lending or spending? Comparison says that the currency already depreciated compared to the $ and €, the ratio is important only for tourism and exchange I thought.

    I don’t understand unless marginable assets are involved. That in-self seems too fluctuating to be stable asset. The proper act would be to slowly diminish the investment to see the response. Maybe less than 1% against the Euro for the Geek currency to see that outcome.

    I think that’s a better idea than to be unreasonable about the change and have such low expectations for the possibility, especially in a recession. People I know don’t want a depression.

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