Ikus Infernuan ala Grexit? Agian Grexident?1
Ikus Kapitulazioa? Grexit? Grexident?2
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(“Yes, they “really” are asking questions like “if a country leaves the Euro” because someone had to. Perhaps the fate of millions of Greeks would have been different if more had the balls to ask just this one most crucial question.”)
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A black Monday?
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Capital controls within a monetary union are a contradiction in terms. The Greek government opposes the very concept.
2015 eka. 29
Albisteak eta Iruzkinak:
Albistea: Y. Varoufakis eta Alexis Tsipras4
June 29 (CNBC) —Despite a tweet from Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis that his government “opposed the very concept” of any controls, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said later Sunday that he had forced the country’s central bank to recommend a bank holiday and capital controls.
Iruzkina: W. Mosler, Greek PM comments5
Zer dela eta egin zuen Tsipras-ek hori?
Greziako liderrek karta guztiarekin jokatzen ez dutelako ebidentzia gehiago6.
Albistea: Greece comments7
“Greece Bailout: Eurozone Ministers to Explore ‘Plan B’ (WSJ) The first step in what has commonly been referred to as “Plan B” among Greece’s creditors would likely be the introduction of capital controls to avoid a run on the country’s banks. But in comparison to Cyprus, which implemented capital controls as part of a €10 billion bailout package from the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund, the financial situation of the Greek government is much more precarious. The eurozone portion of Greece’s €245 billion rescue package runs out on Tuesday, the same day the government has to pay €1.55 billion to the IMF.”
Iruzkina: W. Mosler
Banku gordailuak zergatzeko plana hartzekodunei ordaintzeko ala ezjakintasun handiaren jarraipena?8
Edozein kasutan, ematen du Troikaren planari baietz esatea dela, greziarrak europar hiritar zintzoak izaten segitzeko…9
Azkenean, deflazioaren aldeko politiken garaipena, jendeak inflazioa baino gehiago langabezia nahi duela erakusteko edo. (Troikaren garaipena!) Horrek funtsean esan nahi du merkataritza superabitaren bila joatea zutik dagoela10 eta, hala ere, ondokoa dugu ikusteko:
“… to see a currency with a persistent trade surplus and a weak currency.”
Hori guztia da Grezian eztabaidatzen ez dena. Horren ordez, ‘politika’ da nagusi, eta ondorioz, Troikaren ekonomia garaile bilakatzen da: neoliberalismoa, deflazioa, kanpo merkataritza superabitak edukitzea, enpresa erraldoien esportazioak bultzatuz,… eta noski, alboratzen dena defizit publikoa da.
Ikasiko ote dugu?
5 Ikus China cuts rates, Atlanta Fed, car sale comment, Greek PM comments: http://moslereconomics.com/2015/06/29/china-cuts-rates-atlanta-fed-car-sale-comment-greek-pm-comments/.
6 Ingelesez: “The Greek banks are ECB members, regulated and supervised by the ECB, with liquidity provided by the ECB. Should liquidity end, the ECB via the Bank of Greece simply stops making payments on that bank’s behalf. And why close the banks and prevent them from performing ongoing bank services that don’t require ECB liquidity, should it not be available as needed? Just more evidence that the Greek leaders aren’t playing with a full deck, so to speak…”
7 Ikus Warren Mosler-en Existing home sales, Greece and China comments: http://moslereconomics.com/2015/06/29/existing-home-sales-greece-and-china-comments/.
8 Ingelesez: “So after reading this and a few other articles it seems they think a ‘run on the banks’ somehow removes euro that could otherwise be used to pay creditors. This implies either some kind of plan to tax bank deposits to pay creditors or just the continued evidence of gross ignorance of their own monetary system.”
9 Ingelesa: “In any case seems the most likely outcome is a yes vote for the troika plan which gives the leadership the desired political cover to go ahead and sign it and move on and remain the European citizens in good standing they’ve always been…”
10 Ingelesa: “And this would also be yet another victory for the ongoing deflationary policies, this time being spun as explicit support from the people, proving once again that populations dislike inflation even more than they dislike unemployment. This means the focused pursuit of a trade surplus is intact, and I’ve yet to see a currency with a persistent trade surplus and a weak currency.”