Greek 13-Week Cash-(Out)Flow Forecast

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Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:07 | 1836788 homersimpson
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Obviously this translates in the DJI being up 200 points.


Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:15 | 1836835 Oh regional Indian
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I think it translates to G-spot being a mere Pap smear in the history books.

Between Shipping and Olive Oil and Two-rism, one would think Greece would be fine no? no?

Used to be a time nation's were mostly self sudfficient. Now we've al been iMF'd.

Privatization, FTW. Flows from Banks Block Current Seas!


Toroidal Vortices and Stillness

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:41 | 1837008 Rome is burining
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But for having big banks and a government that can't control it's spending, your correct.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:17 | 1836850 SheepDog-One
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Well, I guess they have to pump for the dump later.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:11 | 1836818 prains
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will this effect the percentage of alcohol in ouzo?

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:12 | 1836828 Ancona
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No, it will only affect the total quantity of ouzo being consumed......geometrically of course.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:11 | 1836821 HoofHearted
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Have fun at Christmas boys and girls, because we face the slaughterhouse just days afterward.

Wh owants to buy Greek debt on 29 December with a 500% annual return?

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:14 | 1836831 youngman
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I hope the Troica is not giving them any more money....but I am stupid...I just buy gold and silver...

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:18 | 1836833 falak pema
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Greece is toast and a non issue. What is the issue is to create a firewall that shakes out of Euro zone all the small fry to protect Italy and Spain sovereign bunga-bunga from creating Banksta contagion, true financial armageddon trigger world wide. First line of final defense. The three small Pigs can go die outside eurzone, their sort is now sealed. EU will now reconfigure in concentric rings, around Germany/FR/Ho/BE/LuX/AUS/It/SP core. Then a second tier involving all those in second division euro pegged ring. Then another ring of non Euro pegged EU members. Three concentric rings or something to this effect. 

They now have no other choice then to break down current Euro construct; can they achieve it before the shit hits the fan in contagion backwardation? 

Your guess as good as mine. Anyway, they are going to head that way into the fog of 2012. Good luck to Euro dream -on runaway train, Istanbul train without a brake and no driver.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:39 | 1837002 tim73
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Italy is ok, most of the debt is like Japan, owned by domestic players. The real question is France. I'd say France will go alone rather than Italy but the rest of eurozone will stay intact. Greece could go either way.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:15 | 1836836 Dr. Engali
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Just do the right thing, save your money  and default. There will be financing later then you can default again.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:15 | 1836840 au_bayitch
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When someone owes me money, I want paid. So no, it does not make me wonder what their circumstances are. Just pay me.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:23 | 1836880 Dr. No
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Business bad? Fu*k you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire? Fu*k you, pay me. Place got hit by lightning, huh? Fu*k you, pay me.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:51 | 1837068 Christophe2
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When someone makes a dumb loan and then bitches aboud the other party defaulting, I laugh.  When they continue their self-centered 'I want'/'I am owed' speech, I laugh harder.


The Greek debacle is a story of two sides trying to take unscrupulous advantage of one another, and as recent events clearly demonstrate (massive riots, etc.), it wasn't the Greek PEOPLE who were in control at any point in time, hence the debt is ODIOUS.


FUCK YOU IMF, BIS, EU and insolvent banks: just go bankrupt.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:21 | 1836871 tim73
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As a Finn I would say and about two vodka bottles after, WE SHOULD INVADE THE PLACE! The place is in ruins anyway! So few bullets holes here and there, nobody would even notice!

Houses not btw completed (evading the real-estate tax), marinas not completed (EU fund fraud). And our fellow komrades Germans are as always with us :) You Greeks stay in Euro or you cry and stay in Euro. Or we will sell you to Turks. Your MOVE!

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:29 | 1836935 wang (not verified)
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Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:24 | 1836889 wang (not verified)
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This is off topic but it seems the financial  media scum to an anchorette and anchor are outraged the Gpap wants to put it to the people. 

Is there some central committee that issues these disgusting pukes their scripts?  Like a committee chaired by JPM with GS as vice chair.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:27 | 1836912 jubber
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2y Greek Bonds just hit 96.72% so obviously there is no problem

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 12:09 | 1837164 defn8Dog
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Don't forget the 1y GGGB, trading at 28 cents on the dollar and the fact that the master plan doesn't allow the ECB to mark all the trash they've purchased down to market.  That won't be a problem, either.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:28 | 1836923 RiverRoad
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      I ain't got the money for the mortgage on the farm.

      Why ain't cha got the money for the mortgage on the farm?

      'Cause I ain't got the money for the mortgage on the farm!

      Then we're gonna tie you to the raaailroad tracks.........!

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:29 | 1836937 JW n FL
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CVA desks to keep buying sovereign CDSs – even if they never pay out
Even if CDS contracts are not triggered in Greek restructuring, Basel III's CVA charge ensures the market will live on - but episode raises fresh questions about design of capital framework, dealers...

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:35 | 1836976 valuetrader
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I remember somebody else known by his first name Tim was counting his last pennies like that a couple of months ago ...

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:35 | 1836980 Segestan
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Greece may need to do as the east has done and involk religion(sarc) in the name of public order.. The only real difference between Greece and Turkey ... one nation uses Fiat to control, that tool now lost,  the other involks religious idealism, still being enforced( sic).. Seriously... if Greece can tell the EU to Fuck Off and get away with it, more power to them.

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 11:39 | 1836998 valuetrader
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There is a new joke.

Two Greeks meet and start talking about things. The first says ''Bad stuff, somebody will have to work now.''. The second answers ''Yes, but who would that be?''. The first Greek has the answer ''Why, the Germans of course.''.


Actually, that I think about it, it is not new. This has been going on for years.


Wed, 11/02/2011 - 12:12 | 1837175 Jim in MN
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Oooh boy, we're saved....?  RAN Squawk:

Greek government has sufficient cash to last until December, new taxes helped boost Greek cash reserves according to a source


Wed, 11/02/2011 - 13:38 | 1837607 skistroni
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Greek government can fantasize as much as they want about finding money, it's the Greek people that won't have any left until then. 

In September, about 30% of the families in Greece had to pay out of their thin reserves to survive (mostly unemployed and low-pension people).

In October, 99% of the familes had to do that (thanks to extra urgent property taxation, extra urgent free-lancers taxation, extra-urgent double tax on last years' income, and back-dated salary withholdings).

Don't know if you get that, but currently we are actually PAYING to be able to work and live in our own country. 


Wed, 11/02/2011 - 14:52 | 1838012 socratesplus
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quote from imf:  The board would not want to give money to Greece and then wonder what will happen [...] The board will want comfort that Greece will fulfil its commitments and right now Papandreou is unable to give that.

The sooner Greece holds the referendum, the sooner the sixth tranche will be paid. But right now, it isn't going to be paid.

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