lauantai 11. heinäkuuta 2015

FAS: Germany proposing time-limited Grexit

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ere is growing optimism in Athens, there is also fear for the future after weeks of unsettling drama, as Helena Smith reports:

I just chatted with Vicky Pryce, the prominent economist. She says she has been taken aback not only by the yearning for normality she has encountered since arriving in Athens but the sheer level of anxiety she has also seen.

“Everyone wants the banks to reopen so that some normality can return and businesses can re-open,” she told me.

“People are really very, very, fearful, a lot have been telling me they have been having panic attacks because of the anxiety that this situation has produced. No one wants to even go to the beach [in the southern suburbs]. When I asked why, I was told they are all at home guarding their money!”

In recent weeks, there have been mass withdrawals of savings by Greeks fearing the collapse of the banking system, before capital controls were imposed nearly two weeks ago

Pryce, who has openly opposed the tough austerity measures being asked of Athens, said it was now crucial that an agreement was reached with the country’s creditors.

“It’s going to be very painful but we are where we are and right now so very much hangs on signing it,” she said.

“If Greece gets this bailout it will not only bring liquidity into the system but open the possibility of the country entering the quantitative easing scheme [set up] by the European Central Bank which would then allow rates to come down in the capital markets.

That would be terribly, terribly important in helping to turn things around.”

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