Greek Protests Resume Now That Vacations Are Over
As Zero Hedge has long expected, now that the summer vacations are over, and the credit card invoices come in the mail, the Greek unions "are back on the street" since unlike the US, they don't have the FHA doing all it can to reflate their bubble (although we probably should not give the Department of Bubble Creation any ideas). Bloomberg has an update on the festivities in the Greek streets, which are once again full with (soon to be) unemployed and disgruntled public workers, and tax avoiders. Since these clips are eerily reminiscent of what was seen on live TV around the days when some real price discovery was allowed in stocks on May 6, don't expect to see them broadcast on such media discount outlets as CNBC. Amusingly enough, we learn that Greek PM Papandreou is now betting it all on... solars.