View Poll Results: Do you think Greece will extend their bailout before the end of February?

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  • Yes, with most of the terms demanded by the Greeks

    76 39.58%
  • Yes, with most of the terms demanded by the EZ

    88 45.83%
  • No

    28 14.58%
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    KongMing KongMing is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by an innocent abroad View Post
    Just heard Leonard Nimoy from star trek has died.....
    Relevance?....Oh wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KongMing View Post
    Relevance?....Oh wait.

    One wonders if he will live long and prosper?
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    an innocent abroad an innocent abroad is offline

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BuyrBRUsu9A


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    devoutcapitalist devoutcapitalist is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerhard dengler View Post
    Grexit would immediately deliver 41 billion invoice to each and every German citizen via EFSF.

    Schauble needs Greece to remain in the EZ.
    No doubt Syriza know this too.
    I'd suspect many German citizens would happily take a 41 billion write off at this stage in exchange for an orderly Grexit from the EZ. Greece may very well need another bailout later on this year, how much will that cost EZ taxpayers?
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    KongMing KongMing is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizillusioned View Post
    One wonders if he will live long and prosper?
    He will be fine, I'm sure of it. His government on the other hand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by devoutcapitalist View Post
    I'd suspect many German citizens would happily take a €41 billion write off at this stage in exchange for an orderly Grexit from the EZ. Greece may very well need another bailout later on this year, how much will that cost EZ taxpayers?
    Thus far, the bailouts in europe have not cost the German taxpayer one cent. In actual fact, they've profited from them.
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    KongMing KongMing is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by sport02 View Post
    Thus far, the bailouts in europe have not cost the German taxpayer one cent. In actual fact, they've profited from them.
    All the more reason for them to favour an orderly Grexit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devoutcapitalist View Post
    I'd suspect many German citizens would happily take a €41 billion write off at this stage in exchange for an orderly Grexit from the EZ. Greece may very well need another bailout later on this year, how much will that cost EZ taxpayers?
    Since when are we so worried about the 'poor' German tax payer. The Greeks are right to stand up against austerity and well done to them. Feta Noonaw et al are afraid the Greeks will show them up for what they are …serious lick arses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KongMing View Post
    All the more reason for them to favour an orderly Grexit.
    Which would result in official sector involvement (OSI) restructuring and then the German taxpayer would take a hit.
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    devoutcapitalist devoutcapitalist is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Wan View Post
    Since when are we so worried about the 'poor' German tax payer. The Greeks are right to stand up against austerity and well done to them. Feta Noonaw et al are afraid the Greeks will show them up for what they are …serious lick arses.
    I'm not too concerned about the German taxpayer, Merkel's popularity and opinion ratings of her CDU/CSU coalition will suffer quite substantially if the Greeks did get a substantial write down which woule benefit the Alliance for Germany party.
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