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  • deercreekvols
    Greek cabinet backs Euro plan referendum. What now for Greece and the rest of troubled European nations?
    11/1/11
    Reply (15)
    • Rubenov: I would imagine "referendum threat!" would become the ultimate trumpcard for the rest of the PIIGS
      11/1/11
    • Bouchart: Now everyone runs in circles and screams loudly, arms flailing in the air.
      11/1/11
    • John Rayhall: Why are the world markets hostage to Greece? They should tell them they have no choice end of story.
      11/1/11
    • inquisitivemind7: France and Germany can always send in troops to "stabilize" Greece if there is to be a revolution.
      11/1/11
    • Ocean Man: It's a negotiating ploy to get the bailout with less austerity.
      11/1/11
    • John Rayhall: Ya well they could really F up the markets short term not cool. Haha ya the Euro was supposed to stop wars :P
      11/1/11
    • Hillbilly Stock Star: Asia looks rough!
      11/1/11
    • John Rayhall: Asia always seems to piggyback our market buy ya it looks rough. Hopefully good news comes in the morning.
      11/1/11
    • TruffelPig: I am pretty sure Merkel will tell him tomorrow to either take it or leave it. Sarkozy too. If he insists on referendum,
      11/1/11
    • TruffelPig: there won't be a reason for one. Greek will be out.
      11/1/11
    • TruffelPig: End of story. And Italy and Spain are NOT Greece.
      11/1/11
    • srimes: Why does Greece matter anyway?
      11/1/11
    • TruffelPig: Because of stupid banks that don't learn.....they buy all the crap and then need to be bailed out.....
      11/2/11
    • deercreekvols: I appreciate the comments. I am frustrated with Greece and how they have held the markets hostage while they try to find answers. T
      11/2/11
    • deercreekvols: Thanks for taking the time to comment. I will have more questions on the markets later. Hope to get more discussions going.
      11/2/11