GREECE & GREEK CYPRUS trying to BUNKR...

GREECE & GREEK CYPRUS trying to BUNKRUPT the WORLD

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London Observer

Enfield, UK

#1 Oct 10, 2012
Cyprus public debt may soar above 140% of GDP to cover the recapitalisation of the island's two biggest banks that have taken a huge battering because of their exposure to Greece. International credit agency Moody’s which in Tuesdaay downgraded Cyprus and the banks once more, anticipates that the banks' portfolio, primarily because of Greece, may bring recapitalisation requirements to 12 billion euros, bringing it to 140% of GDP. A possible exit of Greece from the euro would make the problem all the more acute, it added.
Economic analysts told Phileleftheros newspaper that if the bailout agreement with the Troika reaches 15-16 billion euro (10-11 billion for the banks and 5-6 billion for the state) then s 550 million euros a year would be needed simply to pay the interest. The public debt currently stands at €13 billion.
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#2 Oct 10, 2012
F@cking crooks
Themistocles

Brisbane, Australia

#3 Oct 10, 2012
Why do turks fcuk ducks?
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#4 Oct 10, 2012
Themistocles wrote:
Why do turks fcuk ducks?
Who did they F@ck for 400 YEARS? Get your DNA checked
Gurbut Murat Kurum

UK

#5 Oct 10, 2012
greex been geys is it Jalali bro!
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#6 Oct 10, 2012
If Italian dictator Benito Mussolini didn’t invade Greece 1940, Greeks was going to be the allies of FASCIST Germany
Tc In London

Loughton, UK

#7 Oct 10, 2012
London Observer wrote:
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Who did they F@ck for 400 YEARS? Get your DNA checked
GREEK DUCKS LIKE THESE GREEK MALAKAS ON THIS SITE
goodJOB greece

Collierville, TN

#8 Oct 15, 2012
London Observer wrote:
Cyprus public debt may soar above 140% of GDP to cover the recapitalisation of the island's two biggest banks that have taken a huge battering because of their exposure to Greece. International credit agency Moody’s which in Tuesdaay downgraded Cyprus and the banks once more, anticipates that the banks' portfolio, primarily because of Greece, may bring recapitalisation requirements to 12 billion euros, bringing it to 140% of GDP. A possible exit of Greece from the euro would make the problem all the more acute, it added.
Economic analysts told Phileleftheros newspaper that if the bailout agreement with the Troika reaches 15-16 billion euro (10-11 billion for the banks and 5-6 billion for the state) then s 550 million euros a year would be needed simply to pay the interest. The public debt currently stands at €13 billion.
,,,,, good job greece isnt debt what the banks need to function--------imagine a world withoout debt who would profit or have certain jobs like MOODYS,,,,,,,,
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#9 Oct 17, 2012
For Greeks money grows on trees in EU

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