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Honey, I Shrunk The Greeks Vol. 2

Yiannis Mouzakis via Macropolis | The IMF formally announced last week that it changed the policy of exceptional access criteria, in essence reversing a highly political decision of the Fund back in 2010, a decision that saved the euro and paved the path for half a decade of economic devastation that sealed Greece’s fate.


Is the Greek Bailout Too Severe?

John Bruton | If Greeks themselves do not trust their own government and banks with their money, it is difficult to expect the taxpayers of other countries to do so. Yet that is what critics of the third Greek bailout seem to expect.

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Tuesday unlikely to bring further changes for the Greek banks

LONDON | June 30, 2015 | BNP | On Tuesday the bailout programme expires and Greece is due to make a payment of EUR1.5bn to the IMF. Both important events. However given that the ECB has already capped the ELA ceiling, we don’t expect any further significant measures against the banks.