Greece is most probably going to blow up again tomorrow or Monday.
Down we go, & TA cant do anything about it.
Just my opinion
Why do you say that B? Below from the guardian:
"Talks between Greece and its international creditors over a new bailout package should go ahead after logistical issues that delayed meetings this week are resolved, a Greek official has said.
The meetings with officials from the European commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund had been expected to start on Friday but were delayed by organisational issues including the location of talks and security.
The finance ministry official said on Saturday that talks were now expected to get formally underway on Monday after the logistical issues had been resolved. The official denied that the government was trying to keep the lenders’ team away from government departments. “We don’t have any problem with them visiting the general accounting office,” the official said."
It has been moved out to Tuesday again.
Previously Greece didn't want the creditors visiting it offices, as they saw it as encroaching its sovereignty.
Now they say its just logistical issues?
Apparently the Troika used to stay right next to the offices, now the Greeks want them moved to a location far away from the negotiations.
And the only people we are hearing from, regarding this, is Greek officials.
I just get the feeling this is going to turn sour again, very soon
J as always you some good info to share...thanks. I'm more worried about the chinaman pulling a rabbit out of a hat again sometime today. We should all be worried about the east crap that's coming...
Thanx, and I agree 100% with you, China is the big worry, far more major than Greece.
But Greece is current, China's down side worry has been somewhat negated with its 'selling ban' for the next couple of months (I think the ban will be lifted in December).
Now I think China might be working on something big in these couple of months before the ban is lifted (QE style), so we might get a big upside surprise sometime in between.
But for the moment, I think Greece will have the market's attention, should it turn sour again.
This is all just layman's opinion though