Discussion in 'Economics' started by TGregg, May 18, 2010.
Wonderful. How dare anyone tighten the belt and try to be fiscally responsible?
Greece's GDP is expected to rise?
Please , they riot every day even without a financial crisis. this is no news. For some countries its a national pastime, like Nepal, every day somewhere they burn tyres and force shops to close down.
Wake me up when there's a revolution
The riots are scheduled, but I'll bet they are too lazy to show up since it requires effort. And they aren't to fond of doing something for normal pay, much less for free.
This should add to more upside to the EURO!!!
Regularly-scheduled riots are probably priced in by now...
I'm leaning more towards no on that, I think a break down below 1.20 is coming sometime this week.
We apparently have "government Monday" in US stock market. Why not "riot Thursday in Greece"?
You're thinking of the French.
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