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I came across article in Austrian Profil magazine (who reads German, can find it here) which neatly summarizes Greek predicament. Many are asking themselves a question: when the inevitable (namely the bankruptcy or insolvency of Greece) will happen and many are asking also why it didn’t happen yet?

The answer can lie in speculations which can be made on markets due to their (and investors) reaction every time Greece is about to become new tranche of EU funds. Since the scenario is always the same: weakening of Euro, falling indexes on most stock exchanges etc, one can profit from it, especially if one knows what will happen and has huge funds at disposal. Can this be a reason for the postponement of what needs to happen anyway?