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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 April 2010 11:19 Written by Hristina Wednesday, 28 April 2010 10:32

Kalimera Tsig etsi opos ehi gini i katastasi katse na doume kai kamia kali mera.

O logos pou sou grafo einai giati, opos ollos o kozmos, anisiho gia tis apotemiefseis pou eho stin trapeza.

Meta apo merika hronia doulias katafera na mazepso ena poso gia ora anagkis .... omos me osa akougonte kai ehontas filous kai gnostous na pernoun ta hrimata apo tis trapeaes kai na ta vazoun se Kipriakes ite na ta filan spiti?!?! (Pios tha to fantazotan en eti 2010) skeftome mipos kai ego na vgalo ta leyta apo tin trapeza kai kano to idio?

Esi ti les tha ithela tin gnomi sou epi tou thematos.

An ta vgalo na ta kratiso spiti? Kapia trapeza pou na theoris asfaslis? Kati telospanton giati eilikrina etsi opos mas ehoun kani s'aytin tin hora den xeroume ti mas ximeroni. S'eyharisto

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3 Friday, 30 April 2010 15:08
vlass
I went today and renewed his money my brother and I made this 2-month futures. Still applies! The first 3.8% and 4.1% the second month, ie 3.95% pay for two months. For anyone interested in minimum deposit 50000. Good but bad did it get phone before you do an operation and was the last day today.
2 Friday, 30 April 2010 13:29
Hristina
S'eyharisto gia tin apantisi .... Prohtes evlepa tin Menegaki opou itan o Samouilidis (gnostos apo tin ekpompi tou Alpha me ta oikonomika simazemata) opou elege oti mehri to poso ton 100.000 an ehoume hrimata stin trapeza den kindinevoune. Kamia pio diafotistiki matia epi tou thematos? Thanx
1 Wednesday, 28 April 2010 12:06
Ο Τσιγκούνης

Since I can not predict the future I can not answer the question that torments many last time.

Seeing history in any country went bankrupt without the IMF, the world has lost its deposits. But the past does not bind the future.

The most significant risks, which many analysts say growing up is that of bankruptcy. The question is whether we get out of the euro depreciation and go to all deposits automatically converted to the new devalued currency. Note that if Argentina did not escape nor the foreign currency accounts.

Where we have our money, there are risks even at home or in a foreign bank. Our choices are many:

1) We leave the Greek banks
2) We put in a box
3) buy gold
4) Buy Property
5) Remove the outer
6) We put the mattress

I propose an option and each option has a cost and running a risk. Let everyone decide for themselves whether to do the above or some combination of these.

On the safety of banks, I think that all banks operating in Greece provide the same security.

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