April 11, 2014

Is Greece Really Out of the Woods?

Desmond Lachman, AEIdeas

The Associated Press

Before placing too much weight on the market’s apparently rosy assessment of Greece’s economic prospects, it is well to recall the market’s very poor track record in anticipating the Greek sovereign debt crisis.

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