Sunday, July 5, 2015

Special Report ( Post Two ) Greece Referendum - July 5 , 2015 - NO Appears to Set For A Surprisingly Large Win Today - Confounding Prior Polls . Next On Tap - Contemplation Of How This Impacts On Future Talks With The Troika , What Happens Now With Greece's Banks and Financial Conditions , How does the ECB Address ELA Now that Greece Has Voted NO , How Do The Troika " Partners " Deal Not Just With Greece , But Each Other (In Particulat , Where Does The IMF Stand With Its Troika Brethren ? ? ? )



Good mood, music playing in Athens at 8pm after polls closed










Official  Results as they roll in.....










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referendum results with 40.96% votes reported: no (61.08%), yes (38.92%)






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Over a quarter of votes counted. Still solid 60:40 No:Yes









With more than 16% of votes counted, NO is winning with 60.3%, YES has 39.7%.








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results at 7.8% of total No: 59.78% Yes: 40.22%









Participation in >50% on total registered, according to Interior Min Voutsis.







Singular Logic: "No" votes will surpass 61% (official projection)








Referendum Projections and Official result due - 9pm local time ....








Participation in >50% on total registered, according to Interior Min Voutsis.










First estimates on actual results point to 'No vote >55%, according to local media.











First official estimate of result not expected before 9pm local time and will depend on at least 10% of votes being counted.











*`NO' SEEN GETTING 51.5% VS 48.5% FOR YES IN GPO REFERENDUM POLL










*`NO' SEEN GETTING 51.5% VS 48.5% FOR YES IN GPO REFERENDUM POLL










*GREEK REFERENDUM: NO 49.5%-54.5% IN MARC OPINION POLL FOR ALPHA






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Mega TV Poll: No 51.5%, Yes 48.5% Metron Analysis: No 49%, Yes 46% MRB: No 49-54%, Yes 46-51% Marc: No 49.5%-54.5%: Yes 45.5%-50.5%








Breakdown of 'No' vote:
18-34 years old: 67% 35-55: 49% 55+: 37% (via )









Participation in estimated at 65% (via )







News and Views.......









Eurogroup In Shock: Finance Ministers "Would Not Know What To Discuss" After Greferendum Stunner








Bank of Greece to request additional ELA, gov't spokesman says. Follow our live blog:









Greek deputy FinMin says cash in safe deposit boxes at banks cannot be taken out under capital controls. (RTRS)









Cautiousness inside Syriza leadership for 2nd time in a week turns to astonishment at scale of their own support








landslide for NO










Never in the course of human history has a debt sustainability analysis changed so much. Props to







GREECE TSIPRAS CALLS EMERGENCY MEETING FOR BANK LIQDITY -SRC - MNI









GREECE GOVT SAYS PEOPLE SENT A STRONG MESSAGE; UNITY NEEDED - MNI










GREECE GOVT SOURCE SAYS "NO" COULD BE EVEN HIGHER - MNI









Everyone everywhere is backtracking from everything after indications it will be a 'small No' from Greece












Extra meeting of FinMIn w/ BoG dep governor & banks' top management later to assess liquidity issue, acc 2 local media.











*GREECE TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO CLOSE DEAL SOON: GOVT SPOKESMAN










Eurasia: PM Tsipras strategy to disassociate No vote from Grexit effective, but No makes deal harder to achieve, increasing odds of Grexit











*MERKEL, HOLLANDE TO JOINTLY ASSESS GREECE SITUATION ON MONDAY









Greek govt negotiator says Greece is not discussing parallel currency. (RTRS)









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Not exactly a deep thought, but if Greece is to remain in the euro, the ECB needs to provide euro liquidity to Greek banks.