Greek Stock Market Reopens (sort of); Math Perspective on the “Bailout”

Courtesy of Mish.

The Greek news of the day is Greek Stock Market to Reopen, With Restrictions.

Restrictions

  1. People cannot draw on their Greek bank accounts to buy shares
  2. People can only buy shares with existing brokerage account cash

I supposed people could transfer cash from elsewhere into stocks but no one in their right mind would do such a thing.

And what about taking cash out of brokerage accounts, wiring it elsewhere? The article did not say, but I suspect that has capital restrictions as well.

Will the market really reopen Monday?

I suggest not.

Reader "Bailout" Perspective

Reader "AC" occasionally pings me with some interesting comments and perspectives. Here's another one.

Ciao Mish,

I wanted just to share some elements to put in perspective things about Greek bailout.

Greece is a small country with small GDP, but please consider the ratio of the bailout and guarantee vs GDP….

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