Oct 10, 2015

Greece, Troika Submit Conflicting Eleventh Hour Deal Proposals | Zero Hedge

On Monday evening, it appeared as though things had finally, after five arduous months of negotiations, come to a head in Greece’s standoff with the IMF and EU creditors. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ penned a lengthy op-ed over the weekend which seemed to indicate that the Greeks were at the end of their rope.  On the heels of Tsipras’ tirade, French President Francois Hollande, German...

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