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Hugo Dixon: Greek election may reopen can of worms

blogs.reuters.com — Given that no party is likely to emerge from next month's vote with a majority, it may be hard to form a strong government that can implement the country's new bailout deal. There's even a risk that there will be yet more elections. That could tip Greece back into crisis.

Hugo Dixon: Greek election may reopen can of worms

breakingviews.com — Given that no party is likely to emerge from next month's vote with a majority, it may be hard to form a strong government that can implement the country's new bailout deal. There's even a risk that there will be yet more elections. That could tip Greece back into crisis.
Aug 31, 2015

How the Greek election may throw up some less-than/ideal scenarios. My @breakingviews column reut.rs/1MXboW1

Aug 31, 2015

Greek election may reopen can of worms. My @breakingviews column reut.rs/1MXboW1 pic.twitter.com/xanwgsgyj6

Greek election may reopen can of worms

blogs.reuters.com — Given that no party is likely to emerge from next month's vote with a majority, it may be hard to form a strong government that can implement the country's new bailout deal. There's even a risk that there will be yet more elections. That could tip Greece back into crisis.

Greek Election Poses New Economic Risks

nytimes.com — The upcoming Greek election may reopen the can of worms that the 86 billion euro bailout deal with creditors was supposed to close. Given that no party is likely to emerge from the Sept. 20 vote with a majority, it may be hard to form a strong government that can implement the program.
Aug 31, 2015

Greek election may lead to hung parliament, triggering yet more elections & economic risks. My @nytimes column nyti.ms/1JuiWgI

Greece may not need debt haircut

blogs.reuters.com — How unsustainable are Greece's borrowings? This question has moved centre-stage after the euro zone agreed on Aug. 14 to lend Athens up to 86 billion euros in a new bailout programme. The euro zone is keen that the International Monetary Fund also lends money in the bailout.

Hugo Dixon: Greece may not need debt haircut

breakingviews.com — How unsustainable are Greece's borrowings? This question has moved centre-stage after the euro zone agreed on Aug. 14 to lend Athens up to 86 billion euros in a new bailout programme. The euro zone is keen that the International Monetary Fund also lends money in the bailout.
Aug 17, 2015

Greece may not need debt haircut. My latest @breakingviews column reut.rs/1hHmxin pic.twitter.com/SU0XD1RI19

Aug 18, 2015

What's best yardstick to judge Greek debt sustainability? I look at alternatives@breakingviews reut.rs/1hHmxin pic.twitter.com/V8sJt1GzCA

In Providing Debt Relief to Greece, the Devil Is in the Details

nytimes.com — How unsustainable are Greece's borrowings? This question has moved center stage after the eurozone agreed last Friday to lend Athens up to 86 billion euros, or more than $95 billion, in a new bailout program. The eurozone is eager for the International Monetary Fund to also lend money in the bailout.

How to fix Greece’s banks

blogs.reuters.com — The banks are the weakest point in the country's economic system. They need to be repaired in order to lift capital controls, restore depositor confidence and finance a future recovery. There are some good ways of doing this, even if the best options aren't making much headway.

Hugo Dixon: How to fix Greece’s banks

breakingviews.com — The banks are the weakest point in the country's economic system. They need to be repaired in order to lift capital controls, restore depositor confidence and finance a future recovery. There are some good ways of doing this, even if the best options aren't making much headway.

Navigating the Storm Engulfing Greek Banks

nytimes.com — Greece's banks are the weakest point in its economic system. They need to be repaired to lift capital controls, restore depositor confidence and finance a future recovery. There are good and not-so-good ways of doing this. The banks have been hit hard since the radical-left government of Alexis Tsipras came to power in January.
Aug 09, 2015

How to repair Greece's Achilles heel - its banks. My @nytimes column nyti.ms/1KZ6h8T

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