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Third Greek Bailout Suddenly In Jeopardy: Creditors Warn Cash May Be Delayed If Elections Don’t Go As Desired / by Tyler Durden on 09/01/2015 11:14 Just when everyone was convinced that the main “risk off” event of the summer, namely the Greek bailout, was safely tucked away and that having abdicated its sovereignty to its creditors  and Germany in particular, who now hold the Greek banking system hostage courtesy of draconian capital controls, […]

Germany Never Intended For Greece To Stay In The Euro

There never was going to be any deal.  All along, Germany has been seeking to establish conditions that would never be met so that they could force Greece out of the eurozone.  But the Germans had to do this subtly so that they would end up looking “reasonable” and would not turn the rest of […]

IMF Says Another Greek Bailout Necessary

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / By Tyler Durden /06/09/2013 19:15 Just six short months ago (before GGBs rallied 119% and the Athens Stock Index 53%), the EU and IMF agreed on Greek Debt/GDP targets, pronounced the nation “fixed”, and went on winter vacation. Well, surprise, the […]

Gold and silver raid/silver’s OI for December remains elevated/Open Europe comments on the Greek bailout/Spain must slash the balance sheet of nationalized banks by up to 60% for bailout cash

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / November 28, 2012 Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen: Gold closed down $25.70 to finish the comex session at $1716.50.  Silver finished down 30 cents to $33.68 Today, the bankers through 7800 contracts at the opening of the comex […]

The Greek Bailout and Germany’s “Plan B”: If Germany bails on the Euro, the EU will collapse

by Phoenix Capital Research Global Research, March 12, 2012 While the Second Greek Bailout may or may not be complete (depending on whether we get a credit event as a result of it), Germany can and will walk from the Euro if it needs to. This is the unforeseen black swan everyone is ignoring. […]

Physical Gold Demand “Picks Up” in Asia After Price Falls, But Further Drop “Could See Focus on $1500 Gold”

By: Ben Traynor, BullionVault Posted Friday, 2 March 2012 London Gold Market Report THE U.S.DOLLAR gold price fell to $1708 an ounce Friday lunchtime in London – a 0.9% drop on Friday’s Asian session high – as stock and commodity markets also fell slightly amid ongoing uncertainty over the Greek bailout deal. “Another move below […]



Silver price rises twice as fast as gold as the eurozone floods with money

Arabian Money Peter Cooper February 26, 2012 – 9:14am Gold and silver prices really got the wind behind them last week and reaped the benefit of the Greek bailout deal as ArabianMoney suggested was likely (click here). Gold got to $1,780 and silver close to $36 with weekly gains of three and six per cent […]

Greek Debt Deal Done—Yeah Right

22 February 2012 By Greg Hunter’s  I keep asking myself, when is a deal not a deal?  Every time I hear the words “Greek debt deal” or “Greek bailout” in the same sentence, I wonder if, this time, they really have a deal.  Yesterday, I was thinking that again when it was announced there […]

Herding Greek Cats from Bondage

Jim Willie February 22, 2012 Listen to the empty words of the last bailout for Greece. Credibility with the Jackass was lost back on the third bailout, well over a year ago, out of the six bailouts in total. Perhaps it is seven comprehensive final bailouts. The pattern is clear. The politicians, without popular support, […]