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Greece, a battle « won », but not the war

A lot has happened in Greece since the last GEAB issue. A dramatic turn of events at the end of June with the referendum on austerity organized by Tsipras at the end of June, Varoufakis’ resignation at the beginning of July despite the large “no” victory which he defended, negotiation of an emergency solution, and finally Tsipras’ resignation in the hope of establishing his legitimacy with the new elections scheduled for 20 September… but even if it’s not a matter of anticipation, we have to give subscribers our analysis of the summer’s soap opera. Especially as it’s become commonplace to call a “Greek tragedy” as increasingly resembling a European one… Here, then, is a summary of our reading of events…

Investments, trends and recommendations
. Corporate investments : the stock exchange or your life ?
. Individual investors : solid, hard, tangible
. Financial markets : The system’s heart is collapsing

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