أشرف العايدي على سي ان بي سي عربية -- 28 نوفمبر2012
Nov 27, 2012 15:43
Telling CNBC Arabia Telling CNBC Arabia's Lubna Bouza the latest Greece deal involved reducing Debtr/GDP to 124% by 2020 instead of the expected 120% by 2020 or 120% by 2022. Haircuts (losses on Greek debt) and maturity extensions on existing EFSF loans are part and parcel of the deal. This reflects Markel's insistence to keep Greece in the Eurozone as long as she is Chancellor. Bond yields vs equity gains were also discussed as well as the prospects for the year-end rally, which is increasingly to preserve its seasonality this year.
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