David Kotok - Seeking Alpha - Sat Jul 04, 11:37AM CDT
Gad Levanon, Ph.D., Managing Director for Economic Outlook & Labor Markets at The Conference Board, was a guest of our June 2015 assemblage at Leen's Lodge in Maine. Gad subsequently posted a provocative blog, entitled " The New Normal in... (full story)
Stuart Parkinson - Seeking Alpha - Sat Jul 04, 9:57AM CDT
"This is playing out exactly as we want it to", the Greek government was probably saying to itself this time two weeks ago. Likewise, "this is playing out exactly as we want it to" is probably what they were saying to themselves... (full story)
Antonio Fatas - Seeking Alpha - Sat Jul 04, 9:31AM CDT
The IMF published a preliminary analysis on the debt sustainability of the Greek government. The timing of the publication, a couple of days ahead of the referendum, has triggered a variety of interpretations of the conclusions. The Greek... (full story)
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