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Absolutely.. that's why I can not imagine  the EBC implenting the threat as any other thing that the signal that Greece is out of the euro...

I guess your answer is implicit. :) I am right.. there is no way Greece can stay in the euro without any bank. They need an immediate capitalization.. adn for this (if the ECB doe snot provide it) they must do it with local currency.

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by kcurie on Sun May 6th, 2012 at 05:31:20 PM EST
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