Tag Archives: Greece

Greece is the Word

For the individual investor, the best approach remains diversifying across many countries and asset classes, remaining focused on your own goals and, most of all, listening to your chosen adviser, who understands your situation best.

The world’s markets and media financial pages have been consumed by a single issue in recent weeks—the stand-off between debt-laden Greece and its international lenders over the conditions of any further bailout. For investors everywhere, both of the large institutional kind and individual participants, the story has been fast-paced and difficult to keep up with. […]

Greece’s precipitous position and its implications for investors


This weekend’s announcements that bail-out talks have stalled, the Greek government has called for a referendum on whether to reject or accept the terms on offer from the Eurozone, and the announcement that the ECB will cease to provide liquidity to Greek banks means that, barring any other surprises, the Greek debt boil is about […]

Eurozone & Greece: Client Update

Nearly three years since it began, the European sovereign debt crisis continues to create great uncertainty in global financial markets. This is understandably an anxious time for investors. The crisis has raised questions about not only the sustainability of sovereign debt burdens in Europe, but about the future of the common currency experiment. At a […]

Greece… the end game strategy

Greece has a current population of 11.3 million people, which is roughly twice that of Scotland, for our US readers that’s just slightly fewer than the number of people who reside in the state of Ohio–roughly; 0.165% of the global population. Its economy (measured by GDP) is roughly 0.478% of the world’s total, falling somewhere […]