Post From wealthwatch.world Chat room Part 1 of 2 Early Wed Morning
Winnerdinar: Greece has defaulted
MichelleL: that was fast lol - if anyone cares, apparently greece hasn't defaulted yet - there's some movement there, the european markets have gone up around 2 and 2 1/2 percent etc
omaatje: shoot, i hope not
MichelleL: fox business news for whoever is interested - fox news doesn't seem to know about it yet
omaatje: its in the Dutch news now, the Finance ministers from the euro countries talk about it tonight. 17.30 gmt +2
omaatje is europe still on a rally?
omaatje: yep www.beurs.nl/indices/aex
chattels: is it confirmed that Greece has defaulted ?
MichelleL: no chattels, the pm is going to be making a speech, they are back to after hour negotiations
MichelleL: nice, thanks omaatje
MichelleL: my husband has a real problem with my taking it off of fox and friends and putting on business news - we will have a bloodbath here when he retires ;)
[07/01/2015 07:18:46 AM] omaatje: www.ft.com/home/europe
omaatje: ‹@MichelleL› LOL buy a second tv
MichelleL: i have four omaatje, but only one in the room with the computer lol
MichelleL: omaatje can you post that ft tsipras article please? I don't have a subscription to the financial times
MichelleL: for what its worth, without an rv, we won't have cable anymore so the tvs won't matter much
omaatje: Greek Prime Minister Tsipras is willing to accept the demands of the euro countries, a few minor changes. This is clear from a letter sent late last night Tsipras, reports Financial Times.
MichelleL: thank you omaatje, thats the one
omaatje: 12:58 Tsipras's speeches Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will probably soon give a speech in which he may want to cancel the referendum.
omaatje: we hAve a liveblog on the Dutch paper, i translate if there is something new .
thanks so much, omaatje
Sam: GM just saw on fox the greece may be getting a bailout
MichelleL: GM Sam, seems like something is going on - on the positive side,
MichelleL: [06:24:04 AM] omaatje: Greek Prime Minister Tsipras is willing to accept the demands of the euro countries, a few minor changes. This is clear from a letter sent late last night Tsipras, reports Financial Times.
Sam: they did default to imf
omaatje: Yes they did, officially midnight NY time
MichelleL: looks like an extension till Sunday referendum
DOUBLE B: Baghdad Council announces the receipt of the first installment of its budget for 2015
MichelleL: thanks DoubleB
DOUBLE B: Baghdad /...aaln Council of Baghdad, on Wednesday, the receipt of the first installment of its budget for 2015, which amounts to more than 680 billion dinars, noting that the amount does not exceed 10% of the Council's budget.
DOUBLE B: He said the Council of the mass of Virtue member Adel al-Saadi's "Eye Iraq News" that "the Baghdad Provincial Council received the first batch of the 2015 budget of more than 680 billion dinars, and the amount," explaining that "the amount Almtojb received later will result in the form of payments in the coming months", stressing that "the amount does not exceed 10% of the Council's budget."
[07/01/2015 07:42:26 AM] DOUBLE B: I still got it, I just don't let everyone know it. aynaliraqnews.com/index.p...
[07/01/2015 07:43:35 AM] chattels: THANKS " BB " - I HAVE POSTED YOUR ARTICLE IN THE FORUM COURTESY OF YOU wealthwatch.world/showthr...
KiwiDoc: ‹@chattels› good news early?
omaatje: liveblog / 13:15 Merkel speaks to the German Parliament German Chancellor Merkel held her foot down in front of the Bundestag. She did not want to negotiate with Greece before the referendum is held. Only then they want to see if the benefits of keeping Greece in the eurozone outweigh the disadvantages. She emphasized once again that the future of Europe is not at stake. "The Greek debt is not an insurmountable problem, Europe is strong and robust."
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› INTERESTING NEWS FROM " BB "
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› WATCHING THIS BUSINESS WITH GREECE KEENLY I AM
DOUBLE B: I have another question, when is Eid al Vacation over ?
chattels: ‹@DOUBLE B› JULY 17 OR 18
KiwiDoc: I don''t read Arabic..
DOUBLE B: check this
MichelleL: omaatje thank you
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› REFERRING TO WHAT ARTICLE ?
KiwiDoc: the one BB posted above
MichelleL: KiwiDoc I thought you were studying your tour guide business lol
DOUBLE B: Parliament resumes its sessions today and tomorrow free from the agenda of important laws
DOUBLE B: Kiwi Doc, should be in English
[07/01/2015 07:48:50 AM] chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› wealthwatch.world/showthr...
MichelleL: ‹@KiwiDoc› google does an auto translate on my computer
KiwiDoc: ‹@MichelleL› not yet, not till after the RV......not going to give up my day job just yet
MichelleL: "free from the agenda of important laws" - sounds like they're just planning on tiddly winks
KiwiDoc: ‹@MichelleL› If this rv would happen would probably go to work for Dr's without borders
] chattels: ‹@DOUBLE B› CURIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT - IN MY OBSERVATION THEIR PARLIAMENTARY AGENDA IS DEVOID OF IMPORTANT LAWS MOST EVERY DAY :)
DOUBLE B: Baghdad /...astonf the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, the first of the month of July 2015 enacted by the second legislative vote, a number of draft laws and read other bills, including the public holidays law.
MichelleL: ‹@KiwiDoc› while altruistic, I think it may well be a dangerous thing to do - don't want to see you in an iranian prison
KiwiDoc: ‹@MichelleL› me either, great minds must think alike
DOUBLE B: The House of Representatives adjourn the end of the month of May to the first of July to the end of the current legislative term of the second legislative its first year. AT THE BOTTOM
MichelleL: lol KiwiDoc so they do - nor coming down with a case of cholera in an undeveloped area with no extra "doc without a border" come to take care of you
DOUBLE B: The statement added that he "will be hearing the first reading of the draft law on ratification agreement trade cooperation between the Government of Iraq and the Government of Kuwait law, and the first reading of the draft ratification of the partnership agreement for cultural, scientific and technical cooperation and for the development between the Government of Iraq and the French government law, as well as the first reading of the draft Holidays Act Official ".
KiwiDoc: ‹@MichelleL› now there is a bright picture for you......were you a motivational teacher in a previous life???
[07/01/2015 07:53:27 AM] DOUBLE B: aynaliraqnews.com/index.p...
MichelleL: KiwiDoc I try daily to talk the younger generation into saving the world from positions of safety and comfort and power instead of adversity ;p;
KiwiDoc: ‹@MichelleL› bless your heart.....that is good
chattels: ‹@DOUBLE B› PARLIAMENT RECONVENED YESTERDAY DESPITE THE " HOLIDAY "
MichelleL: this holiday has what? 2 weeks left?
disciple7: I believe the 17th its over?
MichelleL: then there is EID disciple, I think thats another 3 days or so
KiwiDoc: ‹@chattels› weren't the Kurds boycotting to keep them from having a quorum?
MichelleL: we will be here wishing each other a Happy Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas I imagine - would love to be wrong, but I've absorbed so much of chattels "yin" ROFLMAO
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› AT VARIOUS TIMES THE KURDS HAVE DONE SUCH, BUT NOT MOST RECENTLY
DOUBLE B: Parliament will probably come up with a new Eid al since they interrupted this vacation, like " Eid al We have been working for an hour a day, for 3 days, we need a couple of weeks off Fir "
MichelleL: sounds about right DoubleB
disciple7: ‹@MichelleL› thought EID was the 17th?
chattels: ‹@MichelleL› yIN AND yANG NEED EACH OTHER
KiwiDoc: ‹@chattels› I had understood that they weren't paid in full this past time out and so they were going to stonewall Bagdag
MichelleL: chattels I may have been yin longer than you on this one - you were still buying reserves and I'd stopped nearly 10 years ago lol
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› THERE IS ONE ARTICLE STATING THAT OIL IMPORTS WERE SUSPENDED DUE TO BAGHDAD'S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE BUDGET LAW
MichelleL: disciple EID follows ramadan, its like the celebratory phase - who knows
chattels: ‹@MichelleL› TRUE - I HAVE DECEIVED MYSELF RECENTLY
disciple7: ‹@MichelleL›im only getting 1 day and we may be wishing eachother a couple more thansgivings and christmas'...
chattels: THINK OF RAMADAN AS THE " SEASON " AND THE EID AS THE HOLIDAY
MichelleL: chattels just hope you haven't lost any money on the deal
DOUBLE B: sorry to interrupt the morning blase' with the articles, catch y'all on the rebound
chattels: ‹@MichelleL› OH, I HAVE LOST MONEY FOR SURE, BUT MY ACTIONS SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME :)
chattels: Parliament will reconvene tomorrow to vote on the bills and read the five laws June 30, 2015 translate.google.com/tran...
Sliderule: Enjoying reading your commentary again.
chattels: ‹@Sliderule› DO I COMMENT VERY MUCH ? I MAY BE TALKATIVE IN THE CHAT, BUT " FORMAL " COMMENTARY IS NOT MY " STRONG SUIT " :)
chattels: ‹@Sliderule› IN ANY EVENT I AM PLEASED BY YOUR PRESENCE IN THIS PLACE
Sliderule: Correction talkative chat. Lol
Sliderule: Realistic chat!
chattels: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has written to international creditors saying Greece could accept their last bailout offer if some conditions were changed, but Germany expressed skepticism while saying the door was still open for negotiations.
chattels: With long queues forming at bank machines a day after Greece became the first advanced economy to default on the IMF, and signs that supplies of bank notes were running low, Tsipras has been under growing political pressure to reach a deal.
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