As If This Morning Weren't Going To Be Crazy Enough...

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It was already going to be a very active morning, what with the jobs number at 8:30 and all.But things will even be spicier than that.

Apparently ISDA — the organisation that determines whether a credit event has occurred, and thus CDS are triggered — could make its ruling on Greece at around 8:00 AM ET.

If you’re awake and up now, do some deep breathing and drink some tea, because things are about to get hectic.

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