The week was dominated by Greece and China headlines.  Here are my takeaways from the past week: A country who owes 170% of their GDP asked for a 20% increase in their debt. They seem desperate and will do whatever you want them to, in order to get the cash.  This sounds like a true long term solution that’s going to end well (sarcasm intended).  Because at the end of the day, if they had trouble paying $350billion, how are they supposed to pay $400+billion with a post-austerity-crippled economy?  The markets/Fed/media seem to be happy a deal could be reached. …

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