July 5, 2015
Updated 7:16 PM

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The New York Times

krugman.blogs.nytimes.com — Tsipras and Syriza have won big in the referendum, strengthening their hand for whatever comes next. But they're not the only winners: I would argue that Europe, and the European idea, just won big - at least in the sense of dodging a bullet. I know that's not how most people see it.
Jul 05, 2015

RT @mkhalili: Krugman: Lenders’ fear campaign on #Greece was “a shameful moment in modern European history” krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/07/05/eur… pic.twitter.com/bVcuquZpSf

Jul 05, 2015

RT @liamstack: Europe Wins nyti.ms/1Regq4R via @NytimesKrugman "European institutions have just been saved from their own worst instincts." #Greece

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Confusion Remains as Voting Begins in Greek Referendum

nytimes.com — ATHENS - Greek voters - angry, tired and scared - went to the polls on Sunday to vote on a high stakes referendum, which could redefine the country's place in Europe and shake the Continent's financial stability.
Jul 05, 2015

“Tsipras and his government are leading the Greek people on a path of bitter abandonment and hopelessness.” Yikes nytimes.com/2015/07/06/wor…

Jul 05, 2015

RT @KatrinaNation: NO votes carried virtually every district. Triumph of democracy over fearmongering. Greeks Reject Bailout Terms/ nyti.ms/1LQnVeT

Jul 05, 2015

Now what happens? Greeks Reject Bailout Terms in Rebuff to European Leaders nyti.ms/1RZFnwb

Jul 05, 2015

“I suffer from one illness and that is incurable optimism” Poet Titos Patrikios on voting in today's #greekreferendum nyti.ms/1H17iGA

Jul 05, 2015

RT @nmcafee: Not just no but hell no. Greeks Reject Bailout Terms in Rebuff to European Leaders nyti.ms/1LQnVeT

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Greece Heads for ‘No’ Vote, Raising Risk of Departure From Euro

bloomberg.com — Greeks voted against accepting further austerity in exchange for a new European bailout, increasing the chances of the country having to abandon the euro and plunging its economy deeper into an abyss. With a fifth of votes counted, 61 percent of Greeks backed Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras by voting "no" to the latest proposals for spending cuts and tax hikes.
Jul 05, 2015

Scenes from syntagma square incredible as Greece Heads for ‘No’ Vote, Raising Risk of Exit From Euro bloom.bg/1M4zMCO

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Polls Close in Greek Referendum

wsj.com — ATHENS-Voting ended in Greece's referendum Sunday, with several opinion polls taken during the day predicting a narrow victory for the "no" side. The referendum has laid bare stark divisions about the struggling country's future in the Eurozone, as voters weighed in on whether to accept lenders' demands for far-reaching economic overhauls.
Jul 05, 2015

RT @BruceOrwall: Swingin', swayin', record playing...defaulting in the streets? Greece chooses catharsis, and the unknown on.wsj.com/1evtvVK via @WSJ

Jul 05, 2015

Swingin', swayin', record playing...defaulting in the streets? Greece chooses catharsis, and the unknown on.wsj.com/1evtvVK via @WSJ

Jul 05, 2015

RT @pdacosta: “They tell us we will be kicked out of the euro. I don’t believe them: I voted ‘no.’” on.wsj.com/1evtvVK #Greece #OXI

Jul 05, 2015

RT @pdacosta: “They tell us we will be kicked out of the euro. I don’t believe them: I voted ‘no.’” on.wsj.com/1evtvVK #Greece #OXI

Jul 05, 2015

#Greece: “The estimate from Singular Logic is that the result in favor of ‘no’ will exceed 61%.” on.wsj.com/1evtvVK #OXI

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Greece's eurozone future in the balance as referendum gets under way - live

theguardian.com — Our correspondent in Athens, Helena Smith reports: By 10.30am the country's entire political leadership had cast ballots. Voting in the central Athens district of Kypseli, prime minister Alexis Tsipras called the referendum a "day of celebration" for the crisis-hit country.
Jul 05, 2015

Top story: Greek referendum: Osborne warns UK not immune from European turmoil … theguardian.com/business/live/…, see more tweetedtimes.com/peterfra?s=tnp

Jul 05, 2015

Greek referendum: Alexis Tsipras hails victory for No campaign - live updates gu.com/p/4acmq/stw

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Live results: Greek referendum

theguardian.com — Greeks have been voting today on whether or not to accept the proposals put to the country by its creditors, the ECB, EU and IMF. The leftist Syriza government rejected these proposals and is seeking a 'no' vote.
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Defiant Greeks reject EU demands as Syriza readies IOU currency

telegraph.co.uk — "If they do that, the situation would be very serious. That would be pretty close to trying to bring down the government," said Euclid Tsakalotos, the country's chief debt negotiator. The Bank of Greece (BoG) said on Sunday evening that it will make a formal request to the ECB for fresh support.
Jul 05, 2015

Ambrose always the trouble-maker... sneaking in the quote about "We have the capacity to print €20 notes" telegraph.co.uk/finance/econom…

Jul 05, 2015

RT @AmbroseEP: EU bosses face strategic fiasco. ECB in quandry. Syriza hardliners want to storm BoG if liquidit asphyxiation goes on telegraph.co.uk/finance/econom…

Jul 05, 2015

RT @AnnPettifor: "EU suffers biggest bloody nose since French& Dutch referenda decade ago in #Greece landslide revolt" @AmbroseEP http://t.…

Jul 05, 2015

RT @AmbroseEP: EU bosses face strategic fiasco. ECB in quandry. Syriza hardliners want to storm BoG if liquidit asphyxiation goes on telegraph.co.uk/finance/econom…

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Greeks vote 'No' - early results

Jul 05, 2015

DEVELOPING STORY: #Greece debt crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer in a historic referendum. bbc.co.uk/news/world-eur…

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10 Consequences of Greece's 'No'

bloombergview.com — By heeding their government's advice and voting " No" in the referendum on Sunday, Greek citizens sent an unambiguous message. Much like the fictional Americans portrayed in the movie " Network " who threw open their windows and shouted out, "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore," the Greeks are demanding that the rest of Europe acknowledge their distress.
Jul 05, 2015

Bloomberg - 10 Consequences of Greece's 'No' bv.ms/1JHIZ6I

Jul 05, 2015

RT @nereidadin: RT tpetruno: Good, sobering read from Mohamed El-Erian: 10 immediate consequences of the Greek "no" vote. bloombergview.com/articles/2015-…

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Greek Referendum - Live

blogs.wsj.com — The Greek debt crisis has dragged on for years, but if ever we were at a deciding point for the country's future in the euro, this is it. Follow our live blog for the latest updates on the Greek referendum from our teams in Athens, Brussels, New York and London.
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