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JMP: Greece votes on high-stakes bailout referendum http://news.yahoo.com/campaigns-halt-greeks-face-tough-referendum-choice-040313872--finance.html
PrincessDD: Greece Referendum Day live: EU tells Greeks they can't use euro after a 'No' as ATMs ration funds
Greece is split as voters face the choice of saying 'Oxi' (no) or 'Nai' (yes) to Europe's bail-out conditions and Greece's future in the euro http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11718775/Greece-euro-referendum-day-results-live.html
Greece 'must introduce new currency if 'no' vote wins' http://www.itv.com/news/update/2015-07-05/greece-must-introduce-new-currency-if-no-vote-wins/
Sager: Greek Referendum: Polls Open in Greece
Voters in Greece have started casting their ballots in a referendum to approve or reject a bailout proposal that has divided the country in YES and NO camps.
More than ten thousand polling centers opened across Greece on Sunday, 7 a.m. local time, while 11 million citizens will be heading to the polling booths until 7 p.m. tonight.
Sager SO 12PM EASTERN THE VOTING STOPS
MY LADIES: GREECE DECIDES: Polls say 'No' voters have the lead
Jim Edwards and James Cook Jul. 5, 2015, 11:04 AM 67,435 39
The polls closed at 5 p.m. London time; first official projection expected around 7 p.m.
The "No" vote has the lead in opinion polls
One major Greek bank is near collapse
Germany fears a "No" vote will tear a huge hole in its budget
The ECB makes a statement: "Our will to act in this matter should not be doubted."
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/greece-referendum-live-blog-of-yes-no-vote-on-grexit-2015-7#ixzz3f2Omm1lb
MY LADIES: Greece debt crisis: Polls close in bailout referendum
Millions of Greeks have voted in a crucial referendum on whether to accept the terms of an international bailout.
Opinion polls released as voting ended suggested a slight lead for the "No" vote.
No exit polls were published. The first official results are expected in the coming hours.
The government had urged people to vote "No", while the "Yes" campaign warned that this could see Greece ejected from the eurozone.
MY LADIES: DO THE NO'S HAVE IT??? YOU CAN WATCH IT LIVE
Greek referendum: TV station polls put no vote in the lead – live
AW: The ECB must have sent Greece a text........."come on, Greece. We really don't believe you will really default...............prove it."
JP: Greece. Fox News reported the Greece vote is a moot point since they missed their deadline.
AW: Exactly!! But the ECB needs to be convinced!!!...............LOL
MY LADIES: OH YES THEIR DEADLINE TO THE IMF...BUT THEY ARE NEEDING TO DO SOMETHING WITH ECB...
AW: Latest returns .......No: 51.5%.........Yes: 48.5....within the margin of error
AW: TAKE YOUR SEATS FOR DRAMA.
Polling booths across Greece have just closed, as a referendum that could determine the country’s place in the eurozone comes to an end.
Local media report that voting was brisk, similar to January’s turnout, as voters had their say in a contest that has electrified Greece, and beyond.
Finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has told CNBC that Greece could reach a deal with its creditors within 24 hours, if Greeks vote No today.
Straw polling has suggested that the No side may be ahead, but the full result may not be known for many hours.
The mayor of Thessaloniki, Yannis Boutaris, has called for Greek politicians to unite and go to Brussels to sign an agreement that will keep the debt-stricken country afloat next week.
He told reporters:
“There is an atmosphere in the country of seriousness and atonement. Irrespective of the result, politicians must all go together to Brussels to make an agreement.
It will be difficult but that is what has to happen.”
City traders and analysts are heading to their desks to watch the results unfold. Many expect a long night as the world’s financial markets react to the drama.
Swiss media are reporting that Greece is pushing on with an amnesty for undeclared assets, to boost revenue.
And Germany’s Spiegel newspaper has warned that Angela Merkel’s chancellorship is also on the line.....
We’re about to hear a lot of noise from Greece, as phone polls conducted today are released. ..... http://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2015/jul/05/greeces-eurozone-future-in-the-balance-as-referendum-gets-under-way--eu-euro-bailout-live#block-55994d86e4b032a39a3ba8b3
DK: Mary I have a question about derivitaves. I have been trying to understand them in this global change, but I don't have a clear picture in my mind. Is there an easy explanation so I understand better?
Is there something I could read to help me understand better?
MY LADIES: HERE DK HAVE FUN WITH THEM AND WE CAN TALK AFTER THE WEEKEND IF YOU STILL NEED HELP