More funds approved for greece, all in total so far 172.7 BILLION euros or ($226B)

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by S2007S, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. S2007S


    You guessed it more bailout money, another $36 BILLION....just keep the bailouts coming...bailout after bailout after such thing as failure anymore...if there is no such thing as failure that means there is no such thing as the word "risk" in the financial markets....if every time a country or in this case a global world goes into a crisis its always going to recover by the injections of trillions of dollars. Fucking easy as pouring a bowl of cereal, I mean this has to be the best answer to all of the financial problems moving forward, right? Just print, print, print and create more liquidity, trillions and trillions and trillions worth of liquidity to keep the world markets functioning. Thats it!

    IMF Approves $36 Billion in Funding for Greece
    The Associated Press | March 15, 2012 | 01:35 PM EDT

    The International Monetary Fund said it has approved 28 billion euros ($36.56 billion) in funding for crisis-hit Greece over the next four years.

    An IMF statement said the executive board’s decision Thursday allows for immediate release of 1.65 billion euros ($2.15 billion) of these funds as part of the country’s second bailout.

    Greece will receive a total 172.7 billion euros ($226 billion) in rescue loans from its euro zone partners and the IMF to keep it afloat in the next few years, as dizzily high borrowing rates have blocked its ability to raise money on the international bond markets.

    The country has survived since May 2010 on a first rescue loan package worth a total 110 billion euros ($143.63 billion). In return for both bailouts, Athens has imposed stringent cost-cutting measures, slashing pensions and salaries while repeatedly increasing taxes.
  2. Banjo


    20.7% unemployment reached, one of the requirements is they further cut govt. employment. What will Greece look like in six months, civil war?
  3. "Greece will receive a total 172.7 billion euros ($226 billion)"
    $21,000 per capita?

    I suppose.

    $6.5 trillion if in the US.