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http://webuyhousesradio.com/172-should-i-invest-in-greek-property/ - In this episode of the We Buy Houses Radio Show, property investor, Rick Otton, and his guest, Christos, discuss the opportunities and challenges when buying and selling property property in Greece Catch the Full Episode: http://webuyhousesradio.com/172-should-i-invest-in-greek-property/ Subscribe to iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ph/podcast/we-buy-houses-radio-with-rick-otton/id448267625?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
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Moderator: Mr. Constantine Karides, Partner, Reed Smith Panelists: Mr. Stephen Johnson, , Managing Director, WL Ross & Co. LLC Mr. John Koudounis, CEO, Calamos Investments Mr. John Wollen, Founder, Portfolio Manager, Waterwheel Capital Management Mr. Antonios Achilleoudis, Group Managing Director, AXIA Ventures Group Ltd. Mr. J. Kyle Bass, Chief Investment Officer, Hayman Capital Management Mr. Anthony Diamandakis, Global Co-Head of Global Asset Managers, Citi
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Many love Greece for its history, its sun and its clear blue waters. But as the country's debt crisis has taken a heavy toll on the real estate market, property prices are in free fall. So that presents an opportunity. Now more and more investors from outside Greece are looking to own a piece of the country's ancient beauty. It's a time when almost everything in Greece is for sale. This 19th century mansion comes with something many would call priceless - a wonderful view of the Acropolis, which is unique in the world; and the ancient Agora, with one of the oldest Byzantine churches. All this is selling for 2.5 million Euros down from 3.5 before the economic crisis. Property values across Greece have dropped by at least 30% because of the recession. That adds extra appeal to those from t...
http://webuyhousesradio.com/ - In today's We Buy Houses Radio show, Rick Otton discusses the property market in Greece and whether good investment opportunities can be found in this part of the Mediterranean. Catch the full episode in http://webuyhousesradio.com/161-greece-property-investing-paradise-or-problem/ Catch it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/in/podcast/we-buy-houses-radio/id448267625
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In mid-2012 Greek politics were in all the headlines as the Greeks became the joke of the world as they could not form or keep a government as their economy tanked and they were begging for loans from the IMF and the European Union. It became so bad that all the elected politicians were forced to sign an agreement accepting the bailout terms from the Troika. There was a threat of a leftist government taking control in Greece as the people were unhappy with the political turmoil, the economic crisis and austerity measures. A name that surfaced in the global arena was Alexis Tsipras. Tsipras, who turned 40 last year, has ridden high on accusations that it is the rotten political establishment – epitomized by New Democracy and its partner, the socialist Pasok – that has caused the country’s...
MARKET REACTION: Greece, its astronomical debt and its potential exit from the euro has filled the news headlines in recent months. But what effect does it all have on UK savers? http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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MARKET REACTION: As Brussels prepares to release much-needed cash to Greece followed a resolution, should investors stop worrying about the eurozone? And what about China? Morningstar Guest: Anna Stupnytska, Global Economist for Fidelity http://www.morningstar.co.uk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Should You Be Worried About the Economy?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUzqTPeI9IM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Moderator: Ms. Christina Papanikolopoulou, Partner, Zepos & Yannopoulos Panelists: Mr. Antonios Kerastaris, Group CEO, Intralot Mr. Vasilios Kotsiras, Head of Funding Solution & Structure Finance, National Bank of Greece Mr. Guy Morgan, Managing Director, EMEA Head Of Liability Management, Goldman Sachs Mr. Giulio Baratta, Head of Debt Capital Markets, BNP Paribas Mr. Philip Brown, Managing Director, Public Sector Fixed Income Origination, Citi Mr. Henrik Johnsson, Managing Director, Head of EMEA Syndicate, Deutsche Bank
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In this episode, we look at a normal day for a female entrepreneur in Greece. Maria Calafatis is a training and Development Coordinator at SOLE Greece, Co-Founder/CEO at The Cube Athens and Global Facilitator at Startup Weekend. She lives in Athens, Greece, has two sons and makes Greece a better place every day.
Gold is finding limited support as investors wait for the US Fed to decide on when to hike interest rates and the Greek crisis to either worsen or be resolved, says Saxo Bank’s Ole Hansen. But that does not mean that all is lost for gold. European stock markets are down as Greece is rapidly running out of time to strike a deal with its creditors. But according to Hansen, investors have grown tired with the Greek crisis and want hard facts before deciding on whether gold is the better investment. At the same time, markets are waiting for confirmation about the timing of a possible rate hike from the US Federal Reserve, which is also keeping the gold price in check, Hansen says. But a key market player may have the power to punch gold higher.
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