I am beginning to worry about Greece. I see this optimistic article about the funds almost ready for rescue, yet the market has largely ignores the news. "European Union officials moved closer to hammering out a new aid package for Greece after Germany agreed to work with the European Central Bank to make sure plans to include private investors in a rescue donât trigger a default. Greek bonds gained and the cost of insuring the countryâs debt against default tumbled yesterday after German Chancellor Angela Merkel withdrew her demand that bondholders be forced to shoulder a âsubstantialâ burden in a rescue. She said she would work with the ECB to ensure the role of private investors remains voluntary to avoid triggering a default rating. ....The yield on Greeceâs two-year bond, which topped 30 percent for the first time on June 16, fell 98 basis points to 28.79 percent. Credit-default swaps on Greece fell to 1,932.75 basis points, having risen as high as 2,237 basis points on June 16, according to CMA. The signs of flexibility from Germany sent the euro up as much as 1 percent to $1.4306."