WALL STREET JOURNAL : Πώς οι διαχειριστές αμοιβαίων της Eurobank και Εθνικής έβγαλαν τις μεγαλυτερες αποδόσεις παγκοσμίως απο τα ομόλογα του Ελλ. Δημοσίου.
John Gikas, left, and Aris Papageorgakopoulos manage funds that have returned over 100% in the past year by betting on Athens debt. Alkis Konstantinidis for The Wall Street Journal
The best-performing bond-fund managers in the world this year aren’t in London, New York or California. They are based in Athens.
Panos Simos of NBG Asset Management and Aris Papageorgakopoulos and John Gikas of Eurobank (more…)
Attac investigation shows: EU crisis management policy saves banks, not the general population
Since March 2010, the European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have applied 23 tranches comprising €206,9 billion to the so-called “Greek bail-out”. They have however provided hardly any documentation on the exact usage of those huge amounts of public funds. ATTAC Austria has therefore put up an investigation on the issue: At least 77% of the bail-out money can directly or indirectly be attributed to the financial sector. (more…)