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Greece Chooses Path to Default! Brace for Impact

Monday, June 29, 2015
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Greece Chooses the Path to Default! Now Brace for the Impacts ...
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By Mike Larson

Greece has chosen the path to default!

Specifically, Greek officials called for a nationwide referendum on July 5 over the European bailout program rather than reach a direct agreement with creditors over the weekend.

Next, Greece itself said it will skip a 1.7 billion euro debt payment due tomorrow to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). That, in turn, is a default in everything but technical name only. It also means Greece’s current bailout program will expire with nothing to replace it.

The European Central Bank (ECB) responded to the referendum news by refusing to hike its emergency aid to the Greek banking system, currently around 89 billion euros after several recent increases. Since those funds were the only thing keeping Greek banks alive, the Greek government was forced to shut down all the nation’s banks through at least July 6.

Will Europe be seeing the return of the drachma?

Greek citizens can still take money out of an ATM, but only 60 euros per day. The Greek stock market was also shut.

Those moves temporarily halt the worst of the financial bleeding in Greece. But they also open up a whole host of other questions.

The most pressing one for depositors: What the heck will they get back the next time a teller window is open to them? Euros? New drachmas? IOUs? And the bigger question for investors around the world is: “Does this mean Greece is going to get kicked out of the


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