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|... another month, year) - and that is, The real, the absolute 'this is it moment' is 20 July when Greece's arrears with the IMF meets the repayment of the debt it owes to the ECB. (http://www.financialstandard.com.au/news/view/51349956) Then again, it might ...|
|... just takes the calendar to 12 July. The real, the absolute 'this is it moment' is 20 July when Greece's arrears with the IMF meets the repayment of the debt it owes to the ECB.|
|... be a follow up cut? It couldn't be Grexit, or the prospect of it. If it was, the Fed would be spooked too and "take" the IMF's repeated advice to delay lift-off that, in turn, would lift Australian/US interest rate differential that, in turn, would support ...|
|... Remember that the Euro is now a major reserve currency - though down from representing about 28% of global reserves in 2008, IMF data shows that the Euro accounted for 22% of global reserves at the end of last year. That's a lotta dineros that could ...|
|... despite the expected unexpected happened - Greece defaulted on its 30 June deadline to repay the a,-1.5 billion it owes the IMF - and depending on what happens on the 5th of this month, the end of the euro as we know it. Perhaps. Perhaps. Perhaps. Greek ...|
|... institutions' - said stuff it ... and then blinked. The clock struck twelve ... "Greece becomes first advanced economy in arrears to IMF" ( Reuters ) "The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday confirmed Greece had not made its 1.5 billion euro loan ...|
|... about Greece after Greek officials made a last-minute effort to extend its bailout hours before its expiry and a possible IMF default. Eurozone finance ministers declined that request, but will continue talks on Wednesday after Athens asked for a new ...|
|D-day | TUESDAY, 30 JUN 2015|
|Tonight's the night we make history. Whatever happens, it'll be D-day! D for the IMF declaring Greece in "default"; D for yet another extension of a "deal" or "deal talks"; D for that mythical Damocles' sword falling not only over Damocles' head but ...|
|... Alexis Tsipras has called a referendum on whether to accept a bailout and reform package from the country's European Union and IMF creditors and is urging citizens to vote against the package. That could precipitate the country's departure from the eurozone ...|
|... demanded by 'the institutions' - the Greeks did invent democracy. This means that the a,-1.6 billion due to be paid back the IMF on 30 June wouldn't get repaid until the Greeks have had their say 5 days after. This means that the IMF can declare Greece ...|
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