I don't have a lot of sympathy for either of those deadbeats.
The Greek people still want to remain in the eurozone. They will.
Greece gets the headlines, but the situation in China has greater overall importance.
The political will to do what's necessary to keep it simply isn't there.

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The Market Volatility Index is in a sideways range, with all of the indicators just marking time.
The country is promoting growth; the West promotes depression.
The Greeks want a Marshal Plan, and Germany should deliver it. 
The Chinese authorities' focus on fiscal policy is a game changer.
The Fed's actions will be extremely slow and measured.
The Fed will likely tighten quicker than what is currently priced in.

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