Posts Tagged ‘default’

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    Debt Deja Vu

    Jun 9, 11 • 238 Views • No Comments

    Again, Greek debt was in the news. This time, though, the focus was other defaults. For as long as nations have existed, they have borrowed money and then been unable to repay it. The first report of Greece defaulting on her debt was during the fourth century...  [read more]

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    Euro Problems

    May 10, 11 • 233 Views • No Comments

    This country had a national railroad that received $100 million euros a year in revenue but had expenses of $700 million. All public jobs paid an average of 3 times what the private sector paid. Beauticians, musicians and radio announcers were retiring with...  [read more]

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    Default D

    Feb 26, 10 • 238 Views • No Comments

    Seeing current concerns about the money owed by Greece, I wondered about her past record.  Until 1932, it was not good.  The first report of Greece defaulting on her debt was during the fourth century B.C.  At the time, ten Greek municipalities...  [read more]