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7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog,Earlier this week the embattled Greeks delivered still more body blows to the rotten regime of Keynesian central banking and the crony capitalist bailout state to which it is conjoined. By defaulting on its IMF loan, walking away from the troika bailout program and taking control of its insolvent domestic banking

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Having bounced midweek on 'hope' of a deal and 'faith' in Draghi's containment, European stock markets are tumbling back to the post-Greferendum lows of Tuesday. Italy and Spain are now down 5.5 to 6% and as the European close nears - and the realization thanks to The IMF that the vote is a simple Yes/No to debt haircuts - stocks are being sold and volatility is picking up. Bond spreads are leakin

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
European risk has never traded at such an extreme level relative to US risk... ever. But when looking for the best bang for your Greferendum-trading buck - are you better off buying higher vol in Europe or lower US vol? Or, as Goldman Sachs explains below, what are the highest payouts on bets for a rebound...Europe is pricing significant event risk while the VIX @16 is only 1 pt above its 2015 avg

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog,So now they do it. Now the IMF comes out with a report that says Greece needs hefty debt restructuring. Mind you, their numbers are still way off the mark, in the end it’s going to be easily double what they claim. Not even a Yanis Varoufakis haircut will do the trick.But at least they now have preliminary numbers out. The reason w

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The Greece’s referendum, due to take place on Sunday, remains an open question with pollsters and analysts alike. Polls have shown mixed results in favor of the “yes” or “no” vote to austerity commitments needed in return for aid.Whatever the result, most analysts agree the impact on Greece’s govt, the country’s banks and the markets is uncertain at  best and the country’s fat

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The Greece impasse set to culminate on Sunday continues to have a massive impact on at least one stock market, unfortunately it is the wrong one, located on a continent which is mostly irrelevant to the future of the Greek people (unless that whole AIIB bailout does take place of course). We are, of course, talking about China which as noted earlier, started off horribly, plunging over 7% with ove

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
By now it should be clear to all that the only reason why Germany has been so steadfast in its negotiating stance with Greece is because it knows very well that if it concedes to a public debt reduction (as opposed to haircut on debt held mostly by private entities such as hedge funds which already happened in 2012), then the rest of the PIIGS will come pouring in: first Italy, then Spain, then Po

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
   Sprott Money first to announce state-of-the-art fully private (NON BANK) Cayman asset storage -->  http://www.321gold.com/info/053015_sprott.html      Click For Original PostThe Perversion of Capitalism: A Credit-Based Versus Capital-Based System    Ideologies are mind-killers, all of them, because they are all (severely)

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Martin Armstrong via ArmstrongEconomics.com,In a TV interview, Mr. Varoufakis said very clearly, “This is a very dark moment for Europe. They have closed our banks for the sole purpose of blackmailing what? Getting a ‘Yes’ vote on a non-sustainable solution that would be bad for Europe.”I must admit, most politicians do not come even close to the truth, but Varoufakis see

7 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
 Earlier this week the FISA court ruled the NSA can continue the bulk collection of phone metadata until November 29. This comes after Congressional gridlock allowed for Section 215 of the Patriot Act, the legal cover for the collection program, to expire on June 1. The secret court’s ruling overturns that of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, which ruled in favor of the ACLU




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