"We will likely still know very little (Monday morning)," says UBS' Martin Lueck in an...

"We will likely still know very little (Monday morning)," says UBS' Martin Lueck in an outstanding Q&A regarding Greece. There is no "ideal outcome" from an investor perspective, he says, because no one knows how the country's bailout deal will be reworked. Most certain: Europe will keep paying for Greece whether it's in the euro or not, and "the Greek tragedy is ... set to continue."
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  • youngman442002
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    I agree...the press is making this a do or die weekend...a run on the banks...if you have not got you money out by now you deserve what you get....buying into the Greek stock market...come on...the country is in shambles..and will be for a long time......would you want to be the first one to pay taxes.....lol....they tried to get the Electric company to collect the taxes....so no one paid their electric bills..now they are broke.....lol...yeah one vote will change the world
    15 Jun 2012, 03:39 PM Reply Like
  • wapiti
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    Got that right ! Just noise to keep the markets from tanking! Why the cheery consumer stock news?? My guess is short covering and sheep (longs) going to the slaughter house
    15 Jun 2012, 03:59 PM Reply Like
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