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Grexit, Brexit, Eurozone, EU: What's The Difference? - Newsy
What exactly is a Grexit and a Brexit? We break down the European Union policies that make these words more different than they sound. See more at http://www.newsy.com/ Follow Kate Grumke: http://www.twitter.com/KGrumke Sources: Conservative Party https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl6CYttZKr8 Modify Syriza https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhroXVGNppU&feature=youtu.be Modify Bank of England https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUYJm02qS9k Modify Conservative Party https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0loJDhYvSmw
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Brexit, Grexit and the future of the EU - UpFront
In this week's UpFront, we speak to former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis on Greece and the future of the European Union. In the Reality Check, Mehdi Hasan reveals how Brexit leaders misled Leave voters by not being clear on exiting the European single market as well. And in the Arena, we discuss the perils of cyberspace and if future wars will be fought online.
Views: 51315 Al Jazeera English
Grexit, Brexit, or Both? - Europe on red alert | Made in Germany
The head of the Berlin office of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), Olaf Böhnke, talks about that issue.
Views: 2116 DW News
Captain Europe: Grexit, Brexit and my double life
The European Union's only superhero Captain Europe shares his thoughts on Grexit, Brexit and the refugee crisis. In an exclusive interview with EurActiv.com, he also gives us a glimpse of the mysterious man behind the mask... Captain Europe is a mild-mannered civil servant by day, and a superhero at weekends - and at other times on request. Now look, I'm going to cut straight to the chase with perhaps the most obvious question. Why, exactly, are you dressed like that? Well, the answer to that is very prosaic and at the same time a bit complex. I was at a fancy dress party for carnival many years ago, not dressed like this, and saw various people dressed as Superman and Spiderman and Batman. And I thought, hang on, why are we importing these American superheros when we're here in the capital of Europe? So, I kind of came up with the idea of a European superhero and then took on the persona. And the persona has kind of taken on a life of its own and it's been tremendous fun. Well it's fair to say that, at the moment, Europe is facing some of the biggest crises it has in it's history - at least in the European Union's history. And of course, we can't mention those crises without mentioning Greece. Hasn't the European Union blotted its copy book? I suppose, in a sense, it has. At least the political level has. Not so much from recent events, from decisions that were taken a few years ago to allow Greece to join the single currency when, clearly, it wasn't ready to do so. If we're honest, most of the people who took those decisions knew that it wasn't ready and I think some pretty harsh lessons have been learned about what happens when you do things for the sake of political expediency. It almost felt like it didn't become a European Union issue. It was almost more of a Eurogroup issue. In a sense, it was a Eurogroup issue. It was also an issue between Greece and its creditors. Greece had borrowed irresponsibly. The creditors had lent irresponsibly. And it was left up to the politicians and to the taxpayers of various countries to try and pick up the pieces of that irresponsibility. And of course, Captain, we've now moved from one crisis to another. We're now on the migration crisis. Again, a real challenge for the EU. It is a real challenge for the EU and for its member states, on a number of levels. In a sense, we are victims of our own success. Europe is perceived as a very attractive place to come and live and that is something that I think we should be proud of. Unfortunately, the side effect is that a great many people want to come and live here. And we need to look at ways of how we manage that. Captain, what about Brexit? Well, in a sense, that is a matter for the British people. I think that there is a bit of ambivalence in Britain about what they want. I think there's a bit of ambivalence, if we're honest, elsewhere in the European Union. There's a level of exasperation, and probably some people are muttering privately that if the UK were to leave, then it would be a case of good riddance and let the rest of us get on with it. But I think that the United Kingdom is an important part of the European Union. There are an awful lot of myths about and an awful lot of fear which I think is regrettable. We are in the 21st century now, not the first half of the 20th. We need to get away from the politics of fear and the politics of xenophobia. And if you have legitimate concerns about the EU's imperfections, which are many, then the way to address those is not to leave, but to get very firmly stuck in and put those imperfections right. Captain, tell me about the man behind the mask. Well, what do you want to know? I mean, I have a rather unexciting desk job somewhere behind the scenes somewhere in the European public service. I speak six languages to varying degrees. I've lived in Brussels for a little over ten years. What else do you want to know? Well, do your employers know that you lead this double life? Some do, some don't. I recently moved jobs. My old employer certainly did. I don't think my immediate boss does. The college, at least some members of it, seem to be big fans.
Views: 2206 EURACTIV
Will Brexit Lead to Grexit?
Dimitri Lascaris says so-called leftist or socialist governments throughout the EU are engaging in self-immolation by embracing austerity, and then become wildly unpopular with the electorate
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European Stocks Slip as European Union Confronts 'Grexit' and 'Brexit'
European markets move lower after an inconclusive meeting late yesterday between Greek officials and its international creditors stoked further worries about a Greek debt fault and euro-zone exit. European Union leaders will also be confronting a “Brexit,” as well as an “Grexit” today as U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron prepares to use a summit to launch his campaign to renegotiate Britain’s EU membership. Media group Vivendi falls in Paris after disclosing it has lifted its stake in Telecom Italia, despite recently completing its exit from telecoms, while Swedish retailer H&M falls after posting disappointing earnings and warning of higher costs. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
From 'Grexit' to 'Brexit' and now there is 'Quitaly?'
Italy's political chaos has even Italians worried that this could be the start of the next Euro Crisis.
Grexit, Brexit, oder beides?  | Made in Germany
Im Gespräch: Der Direktor des European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), Olaf Böhnke.
Views: 470 DW Deutsch
The #Grexit Crisis
The looming spectre of the Greek withdrawal from the Eurozone, known colloquially as the "Grexit", is setting alarm bells off across the continent. Syriza, the extreme-left Marxist coalition governing Greece will not abide further austerity measures, which are the demands of the EU and IMF before further bailout money will be released. Greece finds itself precariously teetering on default from repayment of IMF and ECB loans, practically bankrupt, with no further money coming...at least not from Europe. Outside of Europe, the Russian-led BRICS New Development Bank stands waiting in the wings to bail Greece out. Needless to say, this is a geopolitical crisis for Europe. Sources: http://pastebin.com/BZp1GB7k
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Dr. Mattia Romani on "Is a Grexit worse than a Brexit for the EU?"
Taryana Odayar from the LSESU newspaper, The Beaver, in conversation with Dr. Mattia Romani, Managing Director for Country and Sector Economics at the EBRD, on whether "a Grexit is worse than a Brexit" at the 2015 LSESU-UCL Economics Conference, held on 21st of November 2015 in the London School of Economics.
Differences of Grexit and Brexit
Brexit and Grexit. Grexit describes the possibility of the country of Greece leaving the European Union. ... The word Brexit was coined by The Economist magazine in 2012, possibly influenced by the creation of the term Grexit. Brexit is a combination of the words British and exit.
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Brexit and/or Grexit?
Does the Bible give us any indication as to whether Great Britain will leave the EU--and whether or not Greece will leave the Eurozone? Once we understand how Britain and Greece are described in biblical prophecy, an interesting answer might emerge.
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Grexit und Brexit - Das Erklärsofa #5
Eine Krisenkonferenz jagt die Nächste und es ist keine Einigung in Sicht! Griechenlands Präsident Tsipras macht dicht und der IWF hat gedroht die Hilfsgelder einzustellen. Alle reden in diesem Zusammenhang von einem "Grexit", aber was ist denn der "Grexit" überhaupt? Darüber haben wir vom Erklärsofa gesprochen, haben den Begriff definiert und außerdem noch einen Weiteren "exit" nämlich den Groß Britanniens, den sogenannten "Brexit" definiert. Schaut rein und kommentiert fleißig mit! :)
Views: 541 Das Erklärsofa
Europe's Crisis: Grexit, Brexit and Co. (Haig Simonian)
Dr. Haig Simonian, journalist in Zürich, speaks about the European Crisis with its political and financial problems. Therefore he outlines political issues like the Greek crisis and Britain's future in the EU. The lecture took place in the course of the 20th Karlsruhe Dialogues at the IHK Karlsruhe on Saturday, 20th February 2016. More information on the Karlsruhe Dialogues: http://www.zak.kit.edu/4679.php (German) http://www.zak.kit.edu/english/4682.php (English)
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"Du Grexit au Brexit ?"
Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : http://f24.my/youtube Presse internationale, lundi 22 juin 2015. Au menu de cette revue de presse, le sommet extraordinaire des membres de l’eurozone pour tenter de parvenir à un accord avec la Grèce. Alors que la presse grecque met l’accent sur les propositions de Tsipras, la presse anglo-saxonne, elle, s’impatiente.   Le + : Recevez tous les matins la Revue de presse de France 24 sur votre I-Phone ou sur tout autre mobile. Et également toujours sur votre PC en devenant fan sur Facebook…   On commence cette revue de presse internationale avec le sommet extraordinaire, cet après-midi, des membres de la zone euro, pour tenter de trouver un accord avec la Grèce, un sommet annoncé comme «crucial» pour l’avenir du pays.   C’est ainsi qu’Efimerida évoque la réunion de Bruxelles, présentée comme «la mère de tous les sommets». Le quotidien grec montre à la Une quelques unes des manifestations anti-austérité et de soutien à la Grèce, qui se sont tenues dans plusieurs villes européennes ce weekend, notamment à Berlin.   Des milliers de Grecs ont eux aussi manifesté pour demander à Alexis Tsipras de ne pas céder aux injonctions de ses créanciers, rappelle Tanea, qui croit savoir que le Premier ministre grec va tout de même accepter les propositions de Bruxelles. «Athènes signe et franchit ses lignes rouges», annonce le journal, qui revient sur les propositions qu’Alexis Tsipras compterait présenter.   Des propositions également évoquées à la Une d’Ethnos, qui montre le Premier ministre grec entouré, ou plutôt cerné, par ses créanciers - Jean-Claude Juncker, Christine Lagarde et Mario Draghi, entre autres. Des partenaires auxquels Alexis Tsipras pourrait notamment offrir, en échange de leur mansuétude, la suppression de la retraite anticipée et une hausse substantielle de la TVA.   Des propositions qui risquent toutefois d’être refusées par le FMI, qui demande des coupes beaucoup plus drastiques dans le budget de l’Etat. Si l’offre du gouvernement grec est jugée insuffisante, alors le pire est à envisager, prévient The Financial Times, pour qui l’enjeu de ce rendez-vous et des jours qui viennent, c’est le sauvetage de l’eurozone.  Pourtant peu suspect de sympathie envers le gouvernement Tsipras, le journal n’a pas beaucoup goûté la sortie de Christine Lagarde sur la nécessité de dialogue «avec des adultes»: «ce genre de déclaration montre à quel point les choses sont en train de déraper», écrit le journal, qui estime que les «insultes personnelles» «ne servent à rien», et ne feront que rendre «plus difficile la recherche d’un compromis». «Le département de recherche du FMI a admis que l’austérité ne fonctionnait pas en Grèce, et c’est ce que répète Athènes, et maintenant le FMI nous dit qu’une telle critique est incompatible avec un comportement adulte».   The Wall Street Journal, pour sa part, s’interroge sur l’attitude d’Alexis Tsipras, qui aurait surtout cherché, ces dernières semaines, à modifier les règles de l’eurozone plutôt que de s’y plier - un pari, qu’il serait en passe de perdre.   Impatience, donc, et même exaspération outre-Manche, où les eurosceptiques voient dans la mésaventure des Grecs la confirmation de leurs sombres prédictions sur l’avenir de l’Europe. «La débâcle grecque fait voler en éclats la promesse qui est au cœur de l’Unions européenne», se réjouit dans The Daily Telegraph le maire conservateur de Londres, Boris Johnson: «la perte de souveraineté nationale était censée valoir la peine - mais il s’avère qu’elle se solde par une humiliation».    Retrouvez tous les matins sur France 24 la Revue de presse française (du lundi au vendredi, 6h23-7h10-10h40 heure de Paris) et la Revue de presse internationale (du lundi au vendredi à 9h10 et 13h10). Suivez également tous les week-ends en multidiffusion la Revue des Hebdos.   Notre site : http://www.france24.com/fr/ Rejoignez nous sur Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.videos Suivez nous sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/F24videos
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Χρ. Αραμπίδης: Από το Grexit στο Brexit
Κάνε subscribe στο CNN Greece: http://goo.gl/9awP7Y Παρακολουθείστε τη συνέντευξη του Χριστόφορου Αραμπίδης, ενός νέου Έλληνα που μη μπορώντας να εργαστεί στην Ελλάδα πήρε την απόφαση να φύγει για να κυνηγήσει τα όνειρα του. Ακολούθησε μας: Official website: http://goo.gl/TqkMqK Facebook: https://goo.gl/rL5VEp Instagram: https://goo.gl/AEuCvG Twitter: https://goo.gl/ycbIS5 LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/R1nHxO
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phoenix Runde: Grexit, Brexit – Die EU vor dem Zerfall? (phoenix, 02.06.2015)
https://www.phoenix.de/content/968795 Grexit, Brexit - Die EU steckt in der Krise. Griechenland droht die Staatspleite und der Abschied aus dem Euro. In Großbritannien steht ein Referendum über den Verbleib in der EU an. Zur Zeit wird so intensiv wie nie zuvor über eine Verkleinerung der Gemeinschaft geredet. Was wird aus der EU? Wie sollte und könnte sich die EU reformieren? Wären Grexit und Brexit das Ende der EU? Alexander Kähler diskutiert u.a. in der phoenix Runde mit: - Prof. Irwin Collier (US-Ökonom FU Berlin) - Tony Paterson (The Independent) - Birgit Marschall (Rheinische Post) - Prof. Theocharis Grigoriadis (Wirtschaftswissenschaftler FU Berlin) Moderation: Alexander Kähler
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Tariq Ali: Brexit, Grexit and the EU
Tariq Ali's speech in Popular Unity conference in Athens
Лексика английского языка. Уроки английского языка. Что такое Brexit, Grexit, smog.
★★★★★ Английская лексика. Что такое Brexit, Grexit, smog. Значение и образование. Английский язык. Благодаря этому событию в английском языке появилось новое слово. Т.е Brexit брексит это неологизм, который образовался из первых двух букв слова «Британия» и слова «exit» (выход). Неологизм образован по аналогии со словом «Grexit», которым обозначается возможный выход Греции из ЕС. Для английского языка характерно такое слово образование, когда из 2 слов появляется одно новое. Например слово smog очень популярное в прошлом веке образовалось путём слияния частей 2 слов. Начало слова smoke - дым и конец слова fog - туман. smog - это неприятная смесь в воздухе, состоящая из тумана и дыма, который возникает из-за выбросов в атмосферу промышленных предприятий и выхлопных газов автомобилей. Т.е тёмно серый тягучий грязный туман. Английские уроки. Туман это характерное явление для влажного климата Великобритании. А вот, что касается смога, то в настоящее время в Лондоне и других городах его больше нет. Во - первых, предприятия стали более экологичны и не выбрасывают в атмосферу столько грязного дыма, как раньше. А во-вторых в Великобритании используется бензин с очень высоким октановым числом. Поэтому улицы Лондона и других городов не настолько загазованы по сравнению с Москвой, Санкт-Петербургом и другими крупными городами. В русском языке также есть слово Смог. Как вы догадались, заимствованное из английского языка. Что ж на этом мы завершаем маленькую прогулку по Лондону. Если понравилось, то ставьте Лайк, делитесь своим мнением в комментариях и До следующей встречи. Не забывайте подписываться на новые уроки английского языка. Первая виртуальная школа английского премиум-класса English Wave http://el-wave.ru/ Английский для путешествий, работы, экзаменов и ПМЖ. Пройдите 7 бесплатных Юнитов здесь http://el-wave.ru/ Инновационные технологии обучения. Онлайн уроки английского языка. Это проект "Walk & talk" with Elen Tornado. Приглашаю на прогулки по Лондону, Санкт-Петербургу и другим красивым местам. Гуляем и говорим об английском языке и английских традициях.
GREXIT & BREXIT. Prediction
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Joseph Stiglitz: A 'Grexit' Would Be Very Serious for Europe
May 19 -- Columbia University Business School Professor and Nobel Prize Laureate Joseph Stiglitz discusses Greece’s ongoing negotiations with its creditors and possible impact of "Grexit." He speaks with Francine Lacqua on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.”
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The Decline of the Euro, and I fear Europe in General. GRexit BRexit
The Euro is not doing well and in the Eurozone dark storm clouds are gathering. Just how bad is it?
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GSUSE I Grexit or Brexit? I S3Ep01
Grexit or Brexit? Which European country will leave first? It might not be the Greeks as the British may just be angry enough to do it.https://youtu.be/WRUREljnBxg?list=PLccmkVw5sINqS6Rf5yRSEhqWEVgcXXlUh Comedian Greg Shapiro asks 'Who will be the first to leave the EU: Greece or Britain?' You can vote! Leave your comment below. And do suscribe? Thanks.
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Yanis Varoufakis: Grexit 'never went away' - UpFront
With the UK on the cusp of leaving the European Union and Greece increasingly facing the same fate, is it over for the beleaguered body? An "epidemic" washing over other European countries may see the end of the EU, warns Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s former finance minister. "The right question is: Is there going to be a eurozone and the European Union in one or two years’ time?" asks Varoufakis, who served as finance minister for five months under the Syriza government. Italy is already on the way out, Varoufakis tells UpFront. "When you allow an epidemic to start spreading from a place like Greece to Spain ... to Ireland, then eventually it gets to a place like Italy," says Varoufakis. "As we speak, only one political party in Italy wants to keep Italy in the eurozone." When asked about his failure to pull Greece out of its debt crisis during his tenure as finance minister, Varoufakis blamed the so-called troika - the IMF, the EU Commission and the European Central Bank - by intentionally sabotaging any debt-repayment agreement. "They were only interested in crushing our government, making sure that there would be no such mutually advantageous agreement," says Varoufakis, who claims Greece was being used as a "morality tale" to scare voters in other European countries away from defying the troika. "The only reason why we keep talking about Greece ... is because it is symptomatic of the architectural design faults and crisis of the eurozone."
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Bilderberg speaks! On Brexit referendum & Greek Euro Exit (Grexit) Ken Clarke & Lord Kerr
So this is the Criminal Elite Bilderberg RTZ HSBC Goldman Sachs City of London view Bilderberg 'explains' EU referendum & Greek Euro Exit Tory: Ken Clarke "I like Greeks" just like saying "I like black people" Shell & RTZ: Lord John Kerr BBC: John Pienaar 'Pienaar's Politics' 21Jun15 How Goldman Sachs May Provoke Yet Another Major Financial Crisis The banking giant had a role in Greece's financial problems too. By Ellen Brown / Web of Debt blog January 6, 2015 http://www.alternet.org/economy/how-goldman-sachs-may-provoke-yet-another-major-financial-crisis Greece and the troika (the International Monetary Fund, the EU, and the European Central Bank) are in a dangerous game of chicken. The Greeks have been threatened with a “Cyprus-Style prolonged bank holiday”if they “vote wrong.” But they have been bullied for too long and are saying “no more.” A return to the polls was triggered in December, when the Parliament rejected Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ pro-austerity candidate for president. In a general election, now set for January 25th, the EU-skeptic, anti-austerity, leftist Syriza party is likely to prevail. Syriza captured a 3% lead in the polls following mass public discontent over the harsh austerity measures Athens was forced to accept in return for a €240 billion bailout. Austerity has plunged the economy into conditions worse than in the Great Depression. As Professor Bill Black observes, the question is not why the Greek people are rising up to reject the barbarous measures but what took them so long. Ireland was similarly forced into an EU bailout with painful austerity measures attached. A series of letters has recently come to light showing that the Irish government was effectively blackmailed into it, with the threat that the ECB would otherwise cut off liquidity funding to Ireland’s banks. The same sort of threat has been leveled at the Greeks, but this time they are not taking the bait. Squeezed by the Squid The veiled threat to the Greek Parliament was in a December memo from investment bank Goldman Sachs – the same bank that was earlier blamed for inducing the Greek crisis. Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi wrote colorfully of it: The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it’s everywhere. The world’s most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money. In fact, the history of the recent financial crisis, which doubles as a history of the rapid decline and fall of the suddenly swindled dry American empire, reads like a Who’s Who of Goldman Sachs graduates. Goldman has spawned an unusual number of EU and US officials with dictatorial power to promote and protect big-bank interests. They include US Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, who brokered the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999 and passage of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act in 2000; Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who presided over the 2008 Wall Street bailout; Mario Draghi, current head of the European Central Bank; Mario Monti, who led a government of technocrats as Italian prime minister; and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, chair of the Financial Stability Board that sets financial regulations for the G20 countries. Goldman’s role in the Greek crisis goes back to 2001. The vampire squid, smelling money in Greece’s debt problems, jabbed its blood funnel into Greek fiscal management, sucking out high fees to hide the extent of Greece’s debt in complicated derivatives. The squid then hedged its bets by shorting Greek debt. Bearish bets on Greek debt launched by heavyweight hedge funds in late 2009 put selling pressure on the euro, forcing Greece into the bailout and austerity measures that have since destroyed its economy. Before the December 2014 parliamentary vote that brought down the Greek government, Goldman repeated the power play that has long held the eurozone in thrall to an unelected banking elite. In a note titled “From GRecovery to GRelapse,” reprinted on Zerohedge, it warned that “the room for Greece to meaningfully backtrack from the reforms that have already been implemented is very limited.” Why? Because bank “liquidity” could be cut in the event of “a severe clash between Greece and international lenders.” The central bank could cut liquidity or not, at its whim; and without it, the banks would be insolvent. As the late Murray Rothbard pointed out, all banks are technically insolvent. They all lend money they don’t have.
Views: 1847 Peter Borenius
Brexit: Europe reacts as Britain leaves the EU
"There's no reason to pretend today's a happy day" - those were the words of EU council president Donald Tusk after he received the Prime Minster's letter. Later there was a slap down from German Chancellor Angela Merkel who denied the Prime Minister's request for two separate sets of talks. Sky's Europe Correspondent Mark Stone has all the reaction from Brussels. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews and https://twitter.com/skynewsbreak Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: iPad https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/Sky-News-for-iPad/id422583124 iPhone https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB
Views: 169065 Sky News
РАЗВАЛ ЕС: Brexit, Nexit, Latexit, Grexit, Fixit и Frexit.
Латвия - на выход!
Views: 2127 Alex Horoshist
Nicolas De Santis Live on CNBC Italy - Brexit and Grexit
Brand EU founder and Gold Mercury President Nicolas De Santis was interviewed on CNBC by anchor Angela Antetomaso to discuss the current Greek Financial crisis and the issues related to the upcoming EU referendum in the UK. De Santis focused his remarks on the impossibility of a Grexit and his belief that a deal with international lenders, the IMF, the ECB and the EU can be reached. JOIN US Twitter: https://twitter.com/Brand_EU Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brandeu LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/brand-eu
European Real Estate Outlook Briefing - Impact of Grexit and Brexit
Richard Gwilliam, Head of Property Research, M&G Real Estate; Jos Short, Executive Chairman, Internos Global Investors and Jonathan Hull, Managing Director, EMEA Capital Markets, CBRE look at the possible impact of either Greece or Britain leaving the EU. © PropertyEU UK & Europe Outlook Briefing, London, June 2015. Filmed by PropertyEU TV
FANS OF FLANDERS - SPOTTED: Brexit, Grexit, Schmexit
FANS OF FLANDERS - SPOTTED: Brexit, Grexit, Schmexit For more Spotted videos, go to http://www.fansofflanders.be.
Views: 127 Fans of Flanders
Brexit coming, Grexit looming?
New impasse in the negotiations for the second evaluation of the third Greek bailout program raises fears of a repeat of a "Greek drama". A staff-level agreement is a necessary condition for the successful conclusion of programme reviews and therefore for receiving further financial support available under the programme. The next Eurogroup is on the 7th of April but there is no promise that all the work will be done by then. As far as the Greek affair is concerned, to many it looks like 2015 all over again.
Views: 128 Symela Touchtidou
Banks Warn Clients BREXIT Will Cause CHAOS and Currency Crash!
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Economic influences stemming from possibility of ″Brexit″ 

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You may be familiar with the term ″Grexit″ ... shorthand for Greece exiting the European Union, but how about ″Brexit″? Putting the decision over Britain′s possible withdrawal from the EU into the hands of the British people was one of key campaign pledges of David Cameron′s Conservative Party,... which secured an overall majority in last week′s election. If Britain decides it wants out,... how will this impact the global economy and how might it affect Korea? Shin Se-min reports. In or out? The question of Britain′s membership to the European Union hangs over the heads of many... after the Conservative Party and Prime Minister David Cameron won another five years in office in last week′s general election. By leaving the EU, euro-skeptic Conservative MPs believe the country will be able to reduce the jobless rate at home and help British citizens get jobs that would otherwise go to Europeans who travel to the UK for work. They are also opposed to the amount of control Brussels exercises over Britain′s domestic political and economic affairs. But if Britain decides to go,... where would that leave other economies, not only in the EU,... but even further afield? ″European economy will be unstable,... as the capital market, and the real economy will be hit hard. The impact might get carried onto Korean economy,... also as Seoul has been benefitting from the UK′s financial services industry″ A German think-tank estimated that a ″Brexit″ scenario could bring down the UK′s GDP by 350-billion U.S. dollars,… a 14 percent cut by 20-30. EU member states with weak economies like Ireland and Belgium would also suffer badly. Even Germany, one of the EU′s strongest economies, could see an up to zero-point-three percent reduction in its GDP. With the risks attached,... experts say it′s highly unlikely Britain will opt to leave the EU. ″Most British people see it as a risk that doesn′t really need to be taken. I should just say, that accidents can happen. This referendum will probably take place in mid-term when the government is on popular,…who knows what can happen.″ Shin Se-min, Arirang News.
Grexit: Is Greece likely to leave the euro zone?
Joan Hoey, Europe Regional Manager, looks at why Greece is very likely to leave the euro zone. Aengus Collins, Country Forecast Director, explains why migration is an existential crisis for Europe. 7 key challenges are stretching Europe to the limit: migration, Brexit, Grexit, monetary policy, productivity, security and democracy. Learn more in a new EIU report: http://bit.ly/241dQCi.
Clarke and Dawe - Understanding Grexit
"Mac Rowe. Economist" Originally aired on ABC TV: 13/08/2015 http://www.mrjohnclarke.com http://www.twitter.com/mrjohnclarke http://www.facebook.com/ClarkeAndDawe
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"Brexit" entschärft "Grexit" - neue Milliarden für Griechenland - economy
Ein Vorteil der "Brexit"-Debatte: Niemand spricht mehr vom "Grexit". Ganz ohne Getöse bekommt Griechenland nächste Woche wieder frisches Geld - 7,5 Milliarden Euro. Auch die Signale vom Internationalen Währungsfonds sind positiv. Der IWF soll beim Hilfsprogramm von bis zu 86 Milliarden Euro mitziehen. Der Fonds sei noch nicht so weit, dass er sich an der Finanzierung beteiligen könne, sagte ein Sprecher in Washington: «Aber ich hoffe, dass wir am Ende des Jahres soweit sind.» Er fügte hinzu: «… LESEN SIE MEHR: http://de.euronews.com/2016/06/16/brexit-entschaerft-grexit-neue-milliarden-fuer-griechenland euronews: der meistgesehene Nachrichtensender in Europa. Abonnieren Sie! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsde euronews gibt es in 13 Sprachen: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels Auf Deutsch: Internet : http://de.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsde Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/113171012041187764998/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208
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The EU falling Apart? The Risks of Brexit, Grexit and  Other Exit Scenarios - Tim Oliver
Veranstaltung der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg in Kooperation mit der Universität Hamburg. The EU falling Apart? The Risks of Brexit, Grexit and Other Exit Scenarios - Tim Oliver (London School of Economics and Political Science). Conference - Solidarity and its Crisis in the European Union The conference aims to (a.) address the major challenges confronting the EU with regards to solidarity as one of its core values from an interdisciplinary perspective (covering political science, law, sociology, and philosophy), (b.) analyze the consequences of the EU’s solidarity crisis for the integration process itself, and (c.) develop fresh perspectives on the EU’s potential and future prospects for coping with this issue.
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Vom Brexit zum Grexit -  Dirk Müller Mr. DAX im BR3
Quelle: Mediathek BR3 Dieser Kanal dient der Archivierung und Sammlung von Beiträgen zum Thema Börsencrash und Inflation. Sollten Unklarheiten bei der Quellenangabe bestehen, bitte kontaktieren Sie mich.
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Grexit oder Brexit oder Ukrexit oder Merkexit?, ESTV Folge 72
Am 17./18 Juni ist das erste Ostbörsen-Webinar in Kooperation mit Godmode-Trader. Info und Anmeldung unter http://as.godmode-trader.de/redi?sid=403784&kid=568566&bid=4321092. Dort werdne auch die Thmen wei Grexit, Brexit, Ukraexit oder Merkexit besprochen, aber auch ob es einen Crash geben kann und wie man sich davor schützen kann. Es drohen zwei Bubbles: ein Staatsanlehen-Bubble der G 7 -Länder und ein Bubble im Wachstumsmarktsgement in China. Zunächst wird der drohende Grexit das Tagesthema an den Europa-Börsen bleiben, dann aber auch die Ukraine und die Zinsentscheidung in den USA. In der Ukraine droht ein neuer "großer Krieg". Andreas Männicke kommentiert die wichtigsten Ereignisse in EaststockTV, Folge 72.
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Schaeuble, Greece and the lessons learned from a failed GREXIT
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 117. The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris examine a recent interview with the Financial Times given by Wolfgang Schäuble, where the former German Finance Minister, who was charged with finding a workable and sustainable solution to the Greek debt crisis, reveals that his plan for Greece to take a 10-year “timeout” from the eurozone (in order to devalue its currency and save its economy) was met with fierce resistance from Brussels hard liners, and Angela Merkel herself. ***** ▶️ SUPPORT us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theduran ▶️ BOOKMARK our site: http://theduran.com ▶️ BUY a T-shirt: http://drnshop.com ▶️ DONATE on Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/theduran/10 NEVER MISS A NOTIFICATION 🔴 Subscribe on BLANKCHAT... Android: https://bit.ly/2Hlr8rx iPhone: https://apple.co/2CnYz8u LISTEN: 🔴 APPLE iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-duran-podcast/id1442883993 🔴 SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/user-901836666 WATCH: 🔴 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/theduran 🔴 BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/theduran/ FOLLOW US: 🔴 GAB: https://gab.ai/TheDuran 🔴 MINDS: https://www.minds.com/theduran 🔴 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thedurancom 🔴 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/theduran_com ***** #EU #Germany #Greece #TheDuran
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Not So Fast, Parliament Has Not Seized Control Of Brexit
Via Zerohedge (https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-26/now-parliament-has-seized-control-brexit-heres-what-happens-next): In light of the Letwin amendment passing, on Wednesday 27th March, MPs will vote on a series of options to establish what could command a majority in parliament. The result of any such indicative votes would not be binding on the government as it goes against the Tory manifesto. There is no official list of options, although one has been generated by the Commons select committee for exiting the EU. ***** ▶️ SUPPORT us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theduran ▶️ BOOKMARK our site: http://theduran.com ▶️ BUY a T-shirt: http://drnshop.com ▶️ DONATE on Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/theduran/10 NEVER MISS A NOTIFICATION 🔴 Subscribe on BLANKCHAT... Android: https://bit.ly/2Hlr8rx iPhone: https://apple.co/2CnYz8u LISTEN: 🔴 APPLE iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-duran-podcast/id1442883993 🔴 SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/user-901836666 WATCH: 🔴 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/theduran 🔴 BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/theduran/ FOLLOW US: 🔴 GAB: https://gab.ai/TheDuran 🔴 MINDS: https://www.minds.com/theduran 🔴 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thedurancom 🔴 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/theduran_com ***** #Brexit #TheresaMay #EU #TheDuran
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50 Nuances De Grecs #17 GREXIT Ulysse saura-t-il résister aux appels des sirènes de la Bundesbank ? Hercule se fait recaler à Acropôle Emploi, Zeus tente d’échapper à ses 848 demandes de pension alimentaire, Icare lance une compagnie aérienne low cost… Adaptée de la BD à succès de Jul, cette nouvelle série courte d’animation revisite la mythologie grecque avec un art du décalage à la fois malicieux et grinçant, et un casting de voix du tonnerre (Stéphane Bern, Valérie Lemercier, Leïla Slimani…). #Grexit #Jul #Mythologie Abonnez-vous à la chaîne : https://bit.ly/2PmtUgs Toute l’actualité d’Arte ici : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/artetv/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ARTEfr Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/artefr/
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[394] Yellin’ at Yellen, #Grexit spawns #Brexit talk
The Federal Reserve says it's “likely” to raise rates this year for the for time since the financial crisis. That’s exactly what Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen reiterated on Wednesday morning, in a semi-annual address to the House Financial Services Committee. In qualifying that statement, she said that the prospects were favorable for further improvement in the US labor market and the unemployment rate would continue to tick down. Ameera David weighs in. Then, Ameera gives the latest updates on the Greek debt crisis. Thousands of protesters took to the streets all day on Wednesday to express their unhappiness with the €86 billion bailout deal that’s now before parliament. Afterwards, Ameera sits down with Marin Katusa – chairman of Katusa Research and author of “The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America's Grasp." Marin tells us what kind of impact the oil market will experience following the Iran deal and gives us his take on what countries Iran might want to sell to. After the break, Bianca Facchinei takes a look at China’s economy. China’s recently reported GDP, industrial output, and retail sales numbers are higher than what most analysts expected. Then, Ameera is joined by RT correspondent Manuel Rapalo to talk about the costs of the war in Afghanistan. The National Priorities Project calculated that the war has cost taxpayers $4 million per hour. And in The Big Deal, Ameera and Edward Harrison continue the discussion on Greece. Key developments include the IMF’s declaration that Greece is insolvent and that the EU will fund a bridge loan to Greece using a bailout fund that some non-Eurozone countries object to using. The anti-EU crowd in Britain is using these events to advance their call for Brexit, Britain’s departure for the Eurozone. Take a look! Check us out on Facebook -- and feel free to ask us questions: http://www.facebook.com/BoomBustRT https://www.facebook.com/harrison.writedowns https://www.facebook.com/erinade2020 https://www.facebook.com/biancafacch Follow us @ https://twitter.com/AmeeraDavid http://twitter.com/ErinAde http://twitter.com/edwardnh\ https://twitter.com/BiancaFacchinei
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Edmund Shing: Grexit Today, Brexit Tomorrow?
How much longer can the Greeks struggle on before default and the dreaded Grexit? How much longer can the Greeks struggle on before default and the dreaded Grexit? How much longer can the Greeks struggle on before default and the dreaded Grexit? Edmund Shing: Grexit Today, Brexit Tomorrow? Edmund Shing: Grexit Today, Brexit Tomorrow? Edmund Shing: Grexit Today, Brexit Tomorrow?
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The Left Case Against the EU (1/2)
Costas Lapavitsas, former MP of the Greek Parliament and author of The Left Case Against the EU, says the left needs to have honest debates about the EU and its limitations, which became evident in the political struggles associated with Brexit and Grexit Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at https://therealnews.com/donate.
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"Απο το Grexit στο Brexit" (β' μέρος)
Σπύρος Λίτσας(αναπληρωτής καθηγητής Διεθνών Σχέσεων ΠΑΜΑΚ), Γιάννης Παπαδόπουλος(επίκουρος καθηγητής τμήματος Διεθνών Ευρωπαϊκών Σπουδών ΠΑΜΑΚ)
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Νέα «βόμβα» Βαρουφάκη - EU - Grexit - Brexit
Νέα «βόμβα» Βαρουφάκη: Είχα συμφωνήσει με τον Τσίπρα να απειλούμε τους Ευρωπαίους με Grexit Μια συνέντευξη στην οποία αποκαλύπτει τη στρατηγική που είχε συμφωνήσει με τον πρωθυπουργό Αλέξη Τσίπρα κατά τη διάρκεια της διαπραγμάτευσης στο πρώτο εξάμηνο του 2015, έδωσε ο Γιάνης Βαρουφάκης. Ο πρώην υπουργός Οικονομικών δεν σταμάτησε να πετάει τη μία «βόμβα» μετά την άλλη, μιλώντας για τον τρόπο με τον οποίο απειλούσαν του εταίρους με το Grexit ενώ χαρακτήρισε τον Βόλφανγκ Σόιμπλε «ανίκανο ανθρωπάκο» Στην ιστοσελίδα «Athens Live» μίλησε ο Γιάνης Βαρουφάκης και δεν δίστασε να αναφερθεί ακόμη και σε λεπτομέρειες για τις διαπραγματεύσεις οι οποίες οδήγησαν τη χώρα σε δημοψήφισμα τον περασμένο Ιούνιο και στο κλείσιμο των τραπεζών. Ο πρώην υπουργός Οικονομικών ισχυρίζεται ότι έπειτα από συμφωνία με τον Αλέξη Τσίπρα απειλούσε τους Ευρωπαίους δανειστές με έξοδο της Ελλάδας από την Ευρωζώνη αλλά μπροστά στις κάμερες δεν χρησιμοποιούσε τη λέξη Grexit. «Η συμφωνία με τον Τσίπρα ήταν ότι κεκλεισμένων των θυρών θα τους απειλούμε (σσ: ότι η Ελλάδα θα βγει από το ευρώ), όπως κι έκανα, γι’αυτό δεν ήμουν ο πιο αγαπημένος τους» αποκαλύπτει ο πρώην υπουργός. Τι θα συνέβαινε σε περίπτωση Grexit; «Δεν θα ήταν ωραίο το θέαμα» απαντά ο Γιάνης Βαρουφάκης κυνικά. Ο κ. Βαρουφάκης αποκαλύπτει επίσης μια άγνωστη λεπτομέρεια από συνάντηση που είχε μαζί με τον Ευκλείδη Τσακαλώτο με τον πρόεδρο της Ευρωπαϊκής Κεντρικής Τράπεζας, όταν -όπως υποστηρίζει ο Γιάνης Βαρουφάκης- ο Μάριο Ντράγκι του είπε: Σε εκλιπαρώ… Σύμφωνα με την εκδοχή που παρουσιάζει ο κ. Βαρουφάκης, την προσπάθειά του να πιέσει την ΕΚΤ πρόδωσε ο αντιπρόεδρος της κυβέρνησης Γιάννης Δραγασάκης ο οποίος πήγε και είδε τον κ. Ντράγκι στην Φρανκφούρτη και είπε στον επικεφαλής της ΕΚΤ: «Μην ακούς τον Βαρουφάκη, θα του προβάλω εγώ βέτο…». Από την άλλη με καλά λόγια αναφέρεται για τους Κριστίν Λαγκάρντ, Πολ Τόμσεν και Ντέλια Βελκουλέσκου για τους οποίους λέει ότι «αυτοί είναι οι μόνοι σοβαροί άνθρωποι εκεί πέρα». Οσο για το τι προβλέπει για το μέλλον; Ο κ. Βαρουφάκης το βλέπει από πολύ δύσκολο έως εφιαλτικό.«Η Ελλάδα αυτή την στιγμή δεν είναι βιώσιμη. Θα έχουμε πολύ κακές αρνητικές εξελίξεις. Τα 6 δισ. νέων περικοπών σε συνδυασμό με την πλήρη κατάρρευση του τραπεζικού συστήματος, ούτε δεκάρα δεν θα δώσουν σε start ups, αυτό το πράγμα θα οδηγήσει σίγουρα σε ένα νέο κύμα θυμού» υποστηρίζει ο κ. Βαρουφάκης και καταλήγει προβλέποντας: «Το θέμα είναι ποιος θα το οργανώσει αυτό το πράγμα…». Πηγή: iefimerida.gr
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3 Times Defeated, May Turns to Elections To Fulfill Brexit Betrayal
Via Zerohedge (https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-03-29/pound-tumbles-brexit-deal-defeated-58-votes) - Despite a last-minute round of defections from some Labour MPs and Tory Brexiteers, what reporters jokingly referred to as "meaningful vote 2.5" - the third vote on May's withdrawal agreement - has been defeated 344-286, a margin of about 60 votes. In a speech after the result, May raised the possibility of new elections. The pound tumbled on the results. "We are reaching the end of this process in this House," May said. One way out would be holding another election. Indicating that she isn't planning to resign, the prime minister said she would "continue to press the case for an orderly Brexit. ***** ▶️ SUPPORT us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theduran ▶️ BOOKMARK our site: http://theduran.com ▶️ BUY a T-shirt: http://drnshop.com ▶️ DONATE on Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/theduran/10 NEVER MISS A NOTIFICATION 🔴 Subscribe on BLANKCHAT... Android: https://bit.ly/2Hlr8rx iPhone: https://apple.co/2CnYz8u LISTEN: 🔴 APPLE iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-duran-podcast/id1442883993 🔴 SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/user-901836666 WATCH: 🔴 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/theduran 🔴 BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/theduran/ FOLLOW US: 🔴 GAB: https://gab.ai/TheDuran 🔴 MINDS: https://www.minds.com/theduran 🔴 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thedurancom 🔴 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/theduran_com ***** #Brexit #EU #TheresaMay #TheDuran
Views: 28206 The Duran
What is at stake for EU economies after Brexit? 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 | Counting the Cost
The Brexit battle lines are being drawn. European leaders are due to meet at the end of April, when they will lay out their strategy for talks with the UK, following Theresa May's formal notification on the British departure from the European Union. A deal is expected to be reached by March 2019. In 2014, 45 percent of all UK exports went to the EU, which is $284bn worth of goods. After Germany, the UK is the trading bloc's second largest economy, and it imports over $360bn worth of goods from its fellow EU members. In 2015, the UK contributed over $16bn to the EU budget and received about $7.4bn back in aid and subsidies from Brussels. More from Counting the Cost on: YouTube - http://aje.io/countingthecostYT Website - http://aljazeera.com/countingthecost/
Views: 36083 Al Jazeera English

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