Posted Jun 16, 2012 by Martin Armstrong
π x Φ is Monday, which lines up with the Greek Elections suggesting this will be a important pivot point to look back on as a turning point.
Greek shares have rallied the most in more than nine months amid speculation that New Democracy, the party that backs an agreed bailout for the nation, may win the June 17 elections. Greek Stocks Rallied on Optimism that when the Greeks will vote for a second time in six weeks, after a May 6 ballot failed to result in a government, New Democracy being the largest pro-bailout party that is opposed to spending cuts will win. Under Greek law, there is a ban on publication of opinion polls two weeks before an election.
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