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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Mar 20, 2013 11:34 am

kurupetos wrote:^^The whole CF vs. Ms. Oracles... :lol:


Yeah, it's like a metaphor for "The EU vs Cyprus" :wink:

(Down to some work now ... )
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby rockyII » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:02 pm

i disagree, listen to this video & conclude cypriots are fighters not a third world country not a farmland.. not peasants & they know who is a friend and who coming in there as a savior to to user them and take their wealth.. by now .. please consider..:-)

regards rocky II
video from from orphanidies US Fed Reserve: this was a european blander by Germany & France

http://www.bloomberg.com/video/orphanid ... F7cRA.html
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby humanist » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:25 pm

you poor buggas ;-((
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby supporttheunderdog » Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:12 pm

as indicated elsewhere there are reports that Christoffeearse agreed to the haircut for depositors and savers - which he of course denied, but then he denies that anything is his fault....

In the meantime from a peak of 0.86347 yesterday, with trading generally at the 0.862 range, at 0900 today the Euro fell to 0.85861 but has picked up to 0.86085
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby supporttheunderdog » Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:03 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:as indicated elsewhere there are reports that Christoffeearse agreed to the haircut for depositors and savers - which he of course denied, but then he denies that anything is his fault....

In the meantime from a peak of 0.86347 yesterday, with trading generally at the 0.862 range, at 0900 today the Euro fell to 0.85861 but has picked up to 0.86085


so while we all wait for GiG to stop avoiding the question about where she lives the majority of the time here is some news on the Euro, where though DT said it was soaring (and it picked up a bit on Friday) it is definitely still on wobbly side - after rising on Friday and early Monday to a spike of 0.86538 to the SDR the Euro fell to 0.85548 and a few minutes ago was at 0.85672, or so. .

(high point of the year was 0.88583 on 04/02 - a loss of about 3.2% in about 6 weeks, which will refelct it self sooner or later in inflation)
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby sven » Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:00 pm

The Reason the President of Cyprus agreed to the sell-out, whoops i mean bail-out, is that he and his pals transferred his dosh out of the country to other banks other than the ones in Cyprus, and having asked yourself which banks he transferred his and his mates dosh too, you should also realise that they would have been the banks controlled by the Troika, the ECB and the IMF. Now having deduced that, you would also be able to deduce that if it became known, he was finished. And by the way having agreed to the sell-out, it is the very reason why he is now getting protection and will continue to get protection from exposure.
Now, not all of the deposits in Cyprus are in troubled banks. There is UBS, several Israeli banks, a number of French banks et al that are not troubled and still Europe wants to demand that the bank accounts in those relatively healthy banks have depositor's money taken out of them to pay for the woes of the government.
So banks that are not in trouble are being fleeced, I could at a stretch, too the point of twang, concede that to save a bank you take the depositors cash , still theft, or if you like embezzlement , but they are taking cash from banks that are not in trouble ie - outright THEFT. The ECB, IMF, Merkel and the Decision makers in the Cypriot Government are complicit in stealing from you.
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby cyprusgrump » Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:14 pm

sven wrote:The Reason the President of Cyprus agreed to the sell-out, whoops i mean bail-out, is that he and his pals transferred his dosh out of the country to other banks other than the ones in Cyprus, and having asked yourself which banks he transferred his and his mates dosh too, you should also realise that they would have been the banks controlled by the Troika, the ECB and the IMF. Now having deduced that, you would also be able to deduce that if it became known, he was finished. And by the way having agreed to the sell-out, it is the very reason why he is now getting protection and will continue to get protection from exposure.
Now, not all of the deposits in Cyprus are in troubled banks. There is UBS, several Israeli banks, a number of French banks et al that are not troubled and still Europe wants to demand that the bank accounts in those relatively healthy banks have depositor's money taken out of them to pay for the woes of the government.
So banks that are not in trouble are being fleeced, I could at a stretch, too the point of twang, concede that to save a bank you take the depositors cash , still theft, or if you like embezzlement , but they are taking cash from banks that are not in trouble ie - outright THEFT. The ECB, IMF, Merkel and the Decision makers in the Cypriot Government are complicit in stealing from you.


My understanding is that they are ONLY taking funds from the two troubled banks now...

But who knows? This whole thing has been a chaotic farce and the banks are STILL not open....
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby sven » Tue Mar 26, 2013 5:50 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:My understanding is that they are ONLY taking funds from the two troubled banks now...

But who knows? This whole thing has been a chaotic farce and the banks are STILL not open....
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It is not hard to get confused about all this ( I would say that , wouldn't I ? ) , You would think it would be helpful to avoid all the confusion, if the Troika and the Cypriot government, put up a clear informative notice on the Central Bank of Cyprus website. Because at the moment all I can gather is hearsay.Maybe I am looking under the wrong pebble.
If anyone knows if they have, could you post a link.
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby supporttheunderdog » Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:26 am

and in the meantime the Euro is hovering at about 0.8569 mark,
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Re: Bail-out agreed!

Postby supporttheunderdog » Wed Mar 27, 2013 9:49 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:and in the meantime the Euro is hovering at about 0.8569 mark,


and is now at 0.85382
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