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IN 92 years, Manolis Glezos continious its efforts to assert Geman reparations and confirm information since September issue comes to European Parliament.
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Manageable will be the results of stress tests (stress tests) of the European Central Bank (ECB) for Greek banks does the CEO of the Financial Stability Fund (FSF) Anastasia Sakellariou, in an interview in the Daily.
Speaking to Kathimerini notes that "even if they arise some additional capital needs, I will be manageable ... After the increases, the Greek banks are armored capital and compared favorably with their European counterparts."
Stresses that banks are in very good condition and capital strength while noting "what happened in Greece has not done anywhere in the world.'re Not talking about the recapitalization of a couple of individual banks, but for the whole banking sector. Banks in Greece spent by the private sector in state aid scheme and we are now in the transition back into private hands. "
Notes implication that the FSF can recover significantly more than the 16 billion predicted by the International Monetary Fund in March 2012 from the bailout of the banks with 50 billion.
According to Ms. Sakellariou, the FSF has 11.5 billion stock-section can be used after the simulation exercises, if necessary-and the current value of the shares of the Fund on systemic banks is about 18 billion, "a level that can increase significantly if confirmed estimates for positive development of the country.
from different nationalities: Turk, Albanian, Arabs, Central American, Africans, and three players from Poland. WOW!!!!
WE ARE ALL GERMANS......
He was ready to invest in Portuguese bank Esperito Santo ...
It is clear that the Greek economy turns page said the famous American major investor Wilbur Ross, who participated in the capital increase of Eurobank and is one of the largest shareholders.
indeed The major investor was satisfied from his investment in Eurobank.
Speaking on CNBC, the Ross revealed that he still seeks opportunities in Greece, but also in other "weak" countries of the region, such as Portugal, Cyprus and Spain.
Regarding the negative protagonist of days, which is none other than the Portuguese bank Esperito Santo , Ross said he was ready to invest in it, but that placement did not proceed.
Regarding the markets, which yesterday experienced a bad day because of concern for possible banking crisis with background problems of the Portuguese bank, the American investor said 'seller ».
Greece has a very high quality book offers a critical day for the market
Bottom expectations proved the Greek version of the 3-year bond, due to banking problems emerged in Portugal.
As mentioned in the new publish the Financial Times , via the Greek version learned less compared to the original target, due to the turmoil in Portugal, with a focus on bank Banco Espírito Santo.
's banking problems in Portugal have pushed up borrowing costs of countries in the region and reduced disposal of investors to participate in the Greek bond issue.
Athens is expected that the demand for the 3-year bond would be strong after 20 bn . deals that occurred in his first outing in the markets last April.
Analysts predicted that through the new version of the 3-year bond, Greece could raise 3 billion euros. Eventually it did not happen because of the massive sell-off that caused the European bond market Banco Espírito Santo.
's Greece by issue raised only 1.5 billion at the rate stood at 3.50%.
"Greece made a successful bond issue in a day where other bond issues canceled ", say analysts at Deutsche Bank.
As add, Greece had a very high quality book offers a critical day for the market.
According to him, the new round of volatility is not the beginning of a trend. Just reminds us that the risks are.
"Great to be classified pumping 1.5 billion for Greece in a day of great uncertainty in the markets," say, on the same wavelength analysts at Citigroup.
"H variability in the region caused by the Portuguese bank. Situation in Portugal has not helped ... ", add themselves.
Although these changes seem to come ... from the media, but the next phase of activity of the National Bank has several elements of differentiation, particularly in growth capital. The special with National, at least as supported by its administrative staff, is that it has "a wide range of possibilities to generate internally what additional funds needed in the near future as a consequence of European stress tests ...». By ATA held "we keep intact all the possibilities for the production of capital internally ...". According to these estimates, the potential can reach and surpass the levels of 2-3 billion "without much difficulty ...". In this context, there seems to be ... rush to sell stake in National Insurance, as of Finansbank, before finalizing the height of any new capital requirements fall. NBG, however, said it has selected a management model with three deputy CEOs framing Mr. Alexander Tourkolias. This scheme will be Mr. Dimitris Dimopoulos, Ms. Paula Hadjisotiriou and Mr. Paul Mylonas, restoring, in a way, shape administrations Karatzas. Petros Christodoulou, who withdraws (and moves work in the U.S.) from its position, it will remain as a member of the board of the bank. Designing the administration bets to exploit the strong position held by the bank because of the low ratio loans to deposits, to increase its lending, boosting economic activity and the dynamics of its assets. As argued, however, the 'K' senior management of the EIB, "our decision is to rapidly expand our loans, but in a healthy direction. Participation, ie, entrepreneurs in the dynamic reconstruction and expansion of their businesses will be a key criterion to be clear and with very good terms lending support National. would not do, but what if we find that entrepreneurs are not available to assume their own risk their businesses ... ". At this point, however, it seems that the design of the management of the National Bank founded on considerations facing the Greek economy reverses positively the course in 2014. Estimates are talk about a clear shift from the second to the third quarter to positive growth after about a zero growth situation in the first quarter of 2014 and the recession of 2013. 's "turn" has been identified by the international markets, which is reflected in the willingness of many investment funds to trust both PRM banks and the bond issuance followed by four co-stimikes banks. On This 'shift' seems to invest expectations of expansionary lending strategy of the National Bank .
American government would sell "so much guns" to turkey and that would force greece to follow in this expensive but profitable game for the American and European military industrial structure.
The question is, the Greek Officials were corrupted but the German and the Netherlands who paid the cash were not?
there is more to read but yahoo wouldn't let me put the whole article no just here but in the previous articles too
ATHENS — When Antonis Kantas, a deputy in the Defense Ministry here, spoke up against the purchase of expensive German-made tanks in 2001, a representative of the tank’s manufacturer stopped by his office to leave a satchel on his sofa. It contained 600,000 euros, about $814,000. Other arms manufacturers eager to make deals came by, too, some guiding him through the ins and outs of international banking and then paying him off with deposits to his overseas accounts.
At the time, Mr. Kantas, a wiry former military officer, did not actually have the authority to decide much of anything on his own. But corruption was so rampant inside the Greek equivalent of the Pentagon that even a man of his relatively modest rank, he testified recently, was able to amass nearly $19 million in just five years on the job.
Greeks are hardened to stories of corruption. But even they have been transfixed by Mr. Kantas’s confessions since he was arrested recently on a litany of charges including money laundering and behavior that was detrimental to the Greek state. Never before has an official opened such a wide window on the eye-popping system of payoffs at work inside a Greek government ministry. At various points, Mr. Kantas, who returned to testify again last week, told prosecutors he had taken so many bribes he could not possibly remember the details.
Mr. Kantas’s admissions, prompted by his hope that if he tells all he will be eligible for leniency under a new law, has left many Greeks hoping that they are finally witnessing the beginning of the end of the unchecked graft that helped plunge Greece into its current crisis. In the past, few officials have been convicted of corruption related charges and those who were went to jail without saying a word. There was no benefit in doing otherwise.