Greek Structured Bond Oyer: Over the Par Or at the Par

To be or not to be! the unstructured dillema of a structured Bond…

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6 responses to “Greek Structured Bond Oyer: Over the Par Or at the Par

  1. Demetris

    Do you mean: To be or not to be in jail?

    • Till now not!! BUT…game is changing. In or out same result => money lost. Unless will see surprises, hopefully.

      • Demetris

        My friend, you have to be patient: 2042 is a step in front of us! (at least for PSI there exist a long term hope…)
        As for Greek Bonds, did you know that when we liberalised Macedonia in 1912 England and France told us: “well, you are a conqueror and you have to pay the debt already done by Sultan when these territories were part of the Othoman Empire”. And what did we do? Of course we accepted it and probably we have paid all of Sultan’s debts!
        So, structured bonds is a small piece in the smelly mesh of Greek debt…

  2. I have a suspission that was the main reason why we were supported for liberalizing (french sent a prof of linguistics to declare what happened in Macedonia) and that is the main reason why we have to pay the debt now!! My problem is that I repaid all of my dept (to banks, to friends, to my dog….) and now I continue to pay the debt of OTHERS. Thats not an issue of origin (wether y r german or greek investor, tax payer…) AND to my OPINION should not be an issue of Risk Sharing. I cannot share the risk of someone who plays with millllions/billllllions… when I handle with much difficulty hundrets or thousands.

    • Demetris

      I think that it is the correct time to learn about the “true european prospective of Greece”: a debt colony with all productive sources owned by other EU countries and with people fight each other for a few euros…

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