Markets up on Greece loan plan

Markets up on Greece loan plan

There are 4 comments on the Vancouver Sun story from Apr 12, 2010, titled Markets up on Greece loan plan. In it, Vancouver Sun reports that:

A room illumination is mirrored in a DAX Index board on the floor of Frankfurt stock exchange Jan.

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#1 Apr 12, 2010
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#2 Apr 14, 2010
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Canada

#6 Aug 25, 2013
11:48 am, Sunday, August 25, 2013:
RE: Markets up on Greece loan plan
..... Many countries don't need any more loans - they need gifts/grants. Probably they hope that they never ever will have to pay back most of the loans they already have? And they may just roll over loans that are due with increasing(?) interest rates attached.

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