Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Growth Model for Greece – Energy

“Greece 10 years ahead” (GTYA) is the title of a study published by the Athens Office of McKinsey in mid-2011. It outlines a National Growth Model which, the study predicts, would create over 500.000 new jobs and add roughly 50 … Continue reading

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Refinancing versus Fresh Money

Picture a company which has 100 MEUR in debt and a positive cash flow (i. e. the company does not need any new debt). Suppose that the company has just taken a major hit with one of its investments which … Continue reading

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Early promising signals for Greece

Just a refresher for those who are new to my blog. I have my own “early promising signals” that Greece is headed for a better future. I will know that Greece is headed for a better future when I sense: … Continue reading

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Cross-border priorities/measures to unleash growth

“Greece 10 years ahead” (GTYA) is the title of a study published by the Athens Office of McKinsey in mid-2011. It outlines a National Growth Model which, the study predicts, would create over 500.000 new jobs and add roughly 50 … Continue reading

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New record for Target2-claims of the Bundesbank

In August, the Target2-claims of the Bundesbank increased to a record of 752 BEUR, which is almost twice the level of a year ago. I have written about this issue extensively before.

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A Growth Model for Greece – Tourism

“Greece 10 years ahead” (GTYA) is the title of a study published by the Athens Office of McKinsey in mid-2011. It outlines a National Growth Model which, the study predicts, would create over 500.000 new jobs and add roughly 50 … Continue reading

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Living without 31,2 billion Euro

I have raised the question how one can live without 31,2 BEUR before. If I recall correctly, the disbursement of the 31,2 BEUR tranche was originally due in June of this year. Remember, that was 3 months ago! It was … Continue reading

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