Bloomberg reporter covering Greek economy, banks, politics, serious stuff. Views my own and retweets are probably the baby eating the phone.

Greeks Prepare Landmark Referendum on the Future Like It’s 1974

bloomberg.com — With banks shut and coffers running dry, Greece is rushing to organize a hastily called vote the country can ill afford. It's not just that Sunday's vote could threaten the country's place in the euro. It also may put more strain on the government's and the population's shaky finances.

Bloomberg Briefs

newsletters.briefs.bloomberg.com — The free flow of money across national borders: That's the soul of the modern global economy. It puts capital where it's most useful, maximizing prosperity. What's not to like? The disastrous busts that can come after giddy booms. To fight back, 37 countries restricted the flow of money out of their economies between 1995 and 2010.

Key Greek Referendum Debt Document Mistranslated

bloomberg.com — Greek voters having to decide whether to approve or reject two documents from creditors face an additional challenge: the translation from English. One of the documents, titled "preliminary debt sustainability analysis for Greece," lays out the views on the subject by European institutions and the International Monetary Fund involved in five months of talks with the Greek government.

Greece limps into economic unknown

iol.co.za — Athens - Greece is staggering deeper into the economic unknown, saying it will miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday and leaving the protection of Europe's bailout regime at midnight. Political battle lines hardened and financial prospects dimmed.

Greece Staggers Into Economic Unknown With Bailout Set to Expire

bloomberg.com — Greece is staggering deeper into the economic unknown, saying it will miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund today and leaving the protection of Europe's bailout regime at midnight. Political battle lines hardened and financial prospects dimmed. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras dared European leaders to throw his country out of the euro and U.S.

Tsipras Dares EU to Eject Greece as ECB Signals Route to Safety

bloomberg.com — The battle lines over Greece's future hardened as the country prepares to leave the protection of Europe's bailout regime and its citizens grapple with a new reality of capital controls.

Tsipras Says European Leaders Won’t Dare Kick Greece Out of Euro

bloomberg.com — Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said European leaders don't have the nerve to throw his country out of the euro, striking a defiant tone just hours after imposing capital controls on a country in economic freefall.

Greek Bank Deposits Fall to Eleven-Year Low

bloomberg.com — Greece's bank deposits hit an 11-year low in May. Official data from the Bank of Greece today showed deposits fell €3.8 billion to €129.9 billion at the end of last month, marking a 21 percent plunge since November. That was just before then-Prime Minister Antonis Samaras brought forward a vote for a new president that led to his government's downfall.

Tsipras Says Creditors Didn’t Accept His Greek Aid Proposal

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Tsipras to Meet Creditors in Brussels for Aid Talks

bloomberg.com — Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras heads to Brussels Wednesday to try and narrow differences with creditors over his reform proposals to unlock needed aid.
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Jul 05, 2015

RT @NeinQuarterly: A gentle reminder, friends, that today we are all somehow Greek. We are all somehow in this together. And we are certainly all screwed.

Jul 03, 2015

RT @LorcanRK: I got into my annual argument with @MaMoMVPY at #CampAV where he suggests Greece should try to be more like Turkey youtube.com/watch?v=C1VLC6…

Jul 03, 2015

RT @stephanfaris: This kind of things is what trapdoors over alligator pits were designed for. twitter.com/TheStalwart/st…

Jul 03, 2015

@dsquareddigest @mdpollak @M_C_Klein But what followed was baked in, and the better analysts were warning about the political tail risks

Jul 03, 2015

The Devalued Greek Currency Has Already Arrived. It's the Euro bloom.bg/1KwdxIL via @business



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