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Bao nhiêu lần Anh đã gọi Em như vậy? Anh cũng không đếm được. Chỉ biết mỗi khi Em tràn vào ý nghĩ của Anh như một cơn bão, Anh lại bất giác nghĩ ra từ ấy. 572 more words


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Forget Greece; Puerto Rico is the debtor Americans need to watch

Greece is in the headlines today, after voters there rejected the “austerity” measures other European nations had demanded in exchange for yet another bailout of the debt-riddled nation. 497 more words


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EMerging Equity elaborated on Puerto Rico's debt on June 29.

Wall Street pro: buy Greek-inspired dip, just not yet

The U.S. stock market will likely be victim of a “risk-off” trade leading to lower prices following Greece’s ‘No’ vote, but the time to buy the dip won’t be until central banks step up to contain crisis. 422 more words


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Paul Krugman at NYT: Ending Greece’s Bleeding

Paul Krugman: “The truth is that Europe’s self-styled technocrats are like medieval doctors who insisted on bleeding their patients — and when their treatment made the patients sicker, demanded even more bleeding. 96 more words

Paul Krugman

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Minister No More!

The referendum of 5th July will stay in history as a unique moment when a small European nation rose up against debt-bondage. 220 more words

European Crisis

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Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has announced his resignation on Monday, a day after Greeks delivered a resounding 'no' to the conditions of a bailout proposal from creditors.

The following is a statement from his blog:

Like all struggles for democratic rights, so too this historic rejection of the Eurogroup’s 25th June ultimatum comes with a large price tag attached. It is, therefore, essential that the great capital bestowed upon our government by the splendid NO vote be invested immediately into a YES to a proper resolution – to an agreement that involves debt restructuring, less austerity, redistribution in favour of the needy, and real reforms.

Soon after the announcement of the referendum results, I was made aware of a certain preference by some Eurogroup participants, and assorted ‘partners’, for my… ‘absence’ from its meetings; an idea that the Prime Minister judged to be potentially helpful to him in reaching an agreement. For this reason I am leaving the Ministry of Finance today.

I consider it my duty to help Alexis Tsipras exploit, as he sees fit, the capital that the Greek people granted us through yesterday’s referendum.

And I shall wear the creditors’ loathing with pride.

We of the Left know how to act collectively with no care for the privileges of office. I shall support fully Prime Minister Tsipras, the new Minister of Finance, and our government.

The superhuman effort to honour the brave people of Greece, and the famous OXI (NO) that they granted to democrats the world over, is just beginning.