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Keir Starmer and the 'Pasokification' of Labour

The Spectator 12 May 2021
As the Greek debt crisis took hold in the wake of the financial crash, there was one big political casualty. The main centre-left party PASOK — which had dominated Greek politics since the early eighties — collapsed, going from a comfortable 43.9 per cent of the vote to 13.2 per cent in 2012 ... This process, for better or worse, is still ongoing ... .
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Should the Fed Fight Inflation Now? Here’s What Happens If It Goes Wrong.

Barrons 11 May 2021
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell ... The Fed should think twice, however. Just ask the European Central Bank. Flash back to 2011 ... 15 ... 7. U.S ... 22 ... The real damage was in the eurozone’s sovereign-debt market, where Greek, Portuguese, Italian, and Spanish debt tumbled on concerns that the countries would be forced to default on their outstanding issuance ... .
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So You Want the Fed to Raise Interest Rates? Here’s What Happens If It Goes Wrong.

Barrons 11 May 2021
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell ... The Fed should think twice, however. Just ask the European Central Bank. Flash back to 2011 ... 15 ... 7. U.S ... 22 ... The real damage was in the eurozone’s sovereign-debt market, where Greek, Portuguese, Italian, and Spanish debt tumbled on concerns that the countries would be forced to default on their outstanding issuance ... .
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EXCLUSIVE: The Profit's Marcus Lemonis is sued by two small businesses featured on the reality ...

The Daily Mail 06 May 2021
Lemonis was born in Beirut, Lebanon where was adopted by a Greek-Lebanese couple from Florida after being abandoned at four days old ... They allege Lemonis also created a debt nightmare for them after promising $350,000 for a 55 per cent stake in their The Big Fat Greek Gyro franchises in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.
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Yadhu Krishnan’s upcoming action thriller ‘Blood Hunt’ to star Sandeep JL and Louis Mandylor

The Times of India 05 May 2021
The Team aims at a worldwide release in over 40 countries ... He has been appreciated for his work in highly acclaimed, award-winning films and television series, including the Academy Award nominated ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’, ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2’ (2016), ‘The Debt Collector’, ‘Avengement’ and ‘Debt Collectors’ ... .
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Greece plans five-year bond to help pay for pandemic aid

Urdu Point 05 May 2021
In a statement issued on the Athens stock exchange late Monday, the Greek debt agency said that banks, Barclays, BofA Securities, Citi, Commerzbank, Morgan Stanley and Societe Generale would lead ...
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Greek bond sale declared a success with near-zero yield

Beaumont Enterprise 05 May 2021
Demand for Greek debt has remained high despite the impact of the pandemic that pushed the country back into recession last year with an 8.2% contraction of gross domestic product.
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Bidenomics takes root in Europe’s economically fragile south

Live Mint 03 May 2021
If the gamble doesn’t work, these countries will be saddled with some of the world’s highest debt ratios, potentially destabilizing the eurozone ... Most of Greece’s debt is in the form of bailout loans from the rest of the eurozone, with no repayments due for many years, making another Greek debt crisis unlikely for a long time.
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More bond issues over the coming weeks

Ekathimerini 27 Apr 2021
With the support measures funding out of the way, the PDMA will have an open road for state debt management without any pressure. With the strong presence of the European Central Bank, which will acquire Greek bonds worth another €12 billion by year-end, the PDMA will take any opportunity that arises to improve the profile of the Greek debt.
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Banks collect ECB funds without channeling them to the economy

Ekathimerini 26 Apr 2021
In the first couple of months of 2021 the net amount of credit Greek enterprises received was just €104 million, while for the entire private sector the net credit flow was negative by €243 ...
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Letters: not governing but ‘getting away with it’

The Observer 25 Apr 2021
Readers may be interested to know how Lord Byron, a lavish spender in his youth who had been hugely in debt, could afford to give the Greek government a cheque for £4,000 (£332,000 today) in 1823 (“Revealed ... (freedom fighters) and the Greeks in their struggle with the Ottomans.
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Mitsotakis Says He Rescued Greece's Battered Middle Class

The National Herald 25 Apr 2021
20, 2018. “Standard & Poor’s upgraded the Greek debt with a positive outlook for the future, thus certifying the confidence that international investors show in the outlook of the Greek economy,” he noted ... "Hence its name, Greece 2.0. The National Plan seeks to create many new and well-paid jobs ... .
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PM says kept pledge to look out for middle class

Ekathimerini 24 Apr 2021
“Just yesterday [Friday], Standard & Poor’s upgraded the Greek debt with a positive outlook for the future, thus certifying the confidence that international investors show in the outlook of the Greek economy,” he noted.
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Wartime lessons that demonstrate how to blitz the national debt

The Times/The Sunday Times 24 Apr 2021
By comparison, in 2010, when George Osborne feared that the UK was heading for a Greek-style sovereign debt crisis, the budget deficit peaked ...
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Britain’s debt pile has never been higher since the Second World War

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 Apr 2021
By comparison in 2010, when George Osborne feared that the UK was heading for a Greek-style sovereign debt crisis, the budget deficit peaked at ...
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