Tagged: Greece

Greece will have to default and restructure, EU stance change

Greece will have to default and restructure, EU stance change

European leaders are for the first time prepared to accept that Athens should default on some of its bonds as part of a new bail-out plan for Greece that would put the country’s overall...

Affect of Portugal downgrade is here!!

This was evident and had to happen. As Moody’s downgraded Portugal to Ba2 status which means that the government bonds of Portugal are now in Junk category, the 10-Year yield of Portugal government bonds...

Trading strategies when Greece defaults

Trading strategies when Greece defaults

Since we are so close at watching a EU country defaulting and things changing thereafter, I would like to put forward few ways in which we can save our money or even profit from...

2 Year Bond Yield reach record high in Greece

2 Year Bond Yield reach record high in Greece

Investors are feeling more unsecure while buying Greek Bonds than they have felt anytime in past. 2-Year bond yield touched 28.02% in Greece which shows the Greek bond have become riskier. Greece seems to...

Norway is the only major buyer of Greek Debt

Norway is the only major buyer of Greek Debt

Norway, which has amassed the world’s second-biggest sovereign wealth fund, says Greece won’t default on its debts. The Nordic nation’s $450 billion Government Pension Fund Global has stocked up on Greek debt, as well...

Greek German Bond yield Spread grows

The extra yield that investors demand to hold Greek 10-year bonds over German equivalents is now 902 basis points, compared with 785 basis points at the end of June. Greek 10-year debt yielded 11.24...

Basics of Debt Crisis

Basics of Debt Crisis

This is an official release by St. Louis Federal Reserve, written by Bryan J. Noeth, Research Analyst for public knowledge. The recent recession affected not only household pocketbooks and budgets but also the financial...

Austerity Measures Backfire in Greece

The austerity measures that were supposed to fix Greece’s problems are dragging down the country’s economy. Stores are closing, tax revenues are falling and unemployment has hit an unbelievable 70 percent in some places....

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