Greek markets collapsing yet again, an ominous sign for Europe

Greek markets collapsing yet again, an ominous sign for Europe.  A few weeks ago, Greek bond and equity markets saw significant gains. E.U. political leaders broadcasted this success as a sign that Eurozone troubles were ending. Now, Greek markets are crashing. After being up nearly 28% for the year, Greek stocks are underwater. Greek bonds have also lost 17% in just a few weeks. If Greece's past success was a great sign for the Eurozone a few weeks, this reversal is a scary trend for the rest of the continent. (VIEW LINK)


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