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Greece claims deficit cut , media claims rebound.

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posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 11:23 PM

The announcement comes as no surprise, according to Professor Kevin Featherstone of the London School of Economics, although the exact numbers are new.

The Athens Stock Exchange was unmoved, closing only 0.1% down on Monday, an hour after the finance minister made his comment

more lies and made up stories from an EU american backed goverment.

Professor Featherstone, who heads the LSE's Hellenic Observatory, said that the data could however be taken as a "reliable signal", because it came from the central bank.

'Overly pessimistic'

Will there you go more false rebound propaganda from BBC.

I am only posting this, i am not buying any of it.
BBC arent trust worthy.

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 11:46 PM
I wouldn't say that the BBC is not trustworthy
they are just relaying the lies that were spoon-fed
to them. And if you think Greece cut it's deficit
by that much in 1 year, I have some oceanfront
property in Arkansas I'd like to sell you too.

I think this disinfo had a monetary goal !!!
That goal was to change Greece's loan
rating out of the junk category.

They are cooking the books again !!!

[edit on 5-7-2010 by boondock-saint]


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