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Business as usual: Markets return to their pre-euro-crisis state as status quo resumes.

Everything in the last week has played out as anticipated, Greece has once again been granted more debt by euro lenders to push the Greek problem away for another day, something we assumed was always going to be the case, something you can check in our previous article from the third of July: The outcome

Financial Gymnastics: Summary of Recent Factors on Gold’s Price (July 2015)

The entire financial system remains on the brink of collapse, the total national debt of nations have gone ballistic with most of the western world having public debts of over 100 %. America, Brazil, China, Britain and Canada are leading the debt ratios with trillions of dollars in debt, debts are rising faster than economic

As Greece officially defaults on loan repayments, IMF releases figures for Greek continuation of the Euro.

As Greece officially defaults on their previous loan terms, the IMF have concluded in order to sustain Greece until 2018, a total of 50 billion euro would need to be provided. The only other alternative would be a short term loan of 29 billion which is estimated to last Greece through to October 2016. Greece