Greek Yields Continue Surge Into Uncharted Waters

Another day, another round of dumping of Greek debt, as a bailout deal remains elusive.

The IMF, the ECB, the various governments, and the Greek banks all have ideas about how it should be none, and none quite agree.

Friday, yields on 2-year debt were around 33%. Today? 34.36%.


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