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What You Should Know / June 30, 2010

officer-down -- Greek police fired teargas at rioters shouting "burn parliament" in Athens on Tuesday but fewer ordinary Greeks turned out for rallies in a sign of weariness with anti-austerity protests. About 12,000 people joined marches in Athens during a 24-hour strike called by major unions against drastic pension reforms -- down from 50,000 in the biggest protest on May 5 and 25,000 in the latest similar demonstration on May 20.

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  • 1. President Brown  |  June 30th, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    So, is now the time to buy Greek stocks? There are even a few listed on the US stock exchanges. You see austerity is not so bad unless you have children or screwed up even worse somehow like bought a house. National Bank of Greece has 10 bagger written all over it, or is that 10 banger, I’m not sure of the greedy capitalist slang.

    Bailout + Austerity = stock market boom

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