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  • choutony choutony Nov 21, 2012 9:41 AM Flag

    sell sell sell

    this is going to 1.00

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    • told you in November.
      sell sell sell.

    • Merkel confident of a Greek Deal

      [[ "German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday she sees a chance for a deal to release emergency aid for Greece at a meeting of European finance ministers on Monday, but rejected the idea that big bold actions could solve Europe's crisis overnight.

      "I believe there are chances, one doesn't know for sure, but there are chances to get a solution on Monday," Merkel told the Bundestag lower house of parliament in a debate on the German budget.

      "But the longing for one act, one miracle solution, one truth that means all our problems are gone tomorrow ... this will not be fulfilled. What was neglected over years, over decades, cannot be taken care of overnight and therefore we will need to continue to move step by step."

      European finance ministers, the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) failed for the second week running to reach a deal to free up new aid for Greece.

      They are to meet again on Monday.

      Merkel added that EU leaders may be forced to meet again early next year to secure agreement on the 27-member bloc's long-term budget.

      They are due to hold a summit on the budget on Thursday and Friday of this week.

      Earlier Merkel told lawmakers that EFSF guarantees could be raised by 10 billion euros ($12.8 billion) and that Germany would take its share in that, according to a participant in the meeting.

      Different euro zone states could help Greece in different ways, she said, according to the source.

      Merkel Takes Blows in Bundestag

      Merkel came under fire from opposition parties in the Bundestag for failing to clinch a deal for Greece, with her main rival threatening to withdraw support for her euro policies and delay a budget vote in parliament.

      The exchange between Social Democrat (SPD) challenger Peer Steinbrueck and the chancellor was one of the fiercest in months, underscoring how difficult it will be for her to secure Bundestag backing for her euro rescue course in the run-up to next year's election.

      Until now Merkel has been able to count on the support of parties like the SPD and Greens to help push through controversial bailout votes in the lower house.

      "If we get the impression we are being cheated, we won't come to the rescue anymore when you need our support," Steinbrueck warned in a speech to the chamber just before Merkel took the podium.

      The parliamentary debate was supposed to be focused on the 2013 German budget, which is up for approval on Friday, but it was colored by the failure of European governments to reach an aid deal for Greece at the marathon overnight meeting in Brussels. " ]]
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If Greece gets the money and congress kicks the full cliff pog will gap up along with the general market in a nice rally

    • Why? Please explain

 
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