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Citi Expects A 76% Haircut On Greek Debt (And 95% If Country Waits 4 Years) For Debt/gdp Ratio Back Down To 60%

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Complete ********.

The figures are 30% now 60% if they wait four years. If they took 76% now, their debt to GDP ratio would be 35%, few countries have such low levels of debt.

Here is a review of Citi's figures

http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2011/04/21/551936/barber-ians-at-the-greek-gate/

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Complete ********.

The figures are 30% now 60% if they wait four years. If they took 76% now, their debt to GDP ratio would be 35%, few countries have such low levels of debt.

Here is a review of Citi's figures

http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2011/04/21/551936/barber-ians-at-the-greek-gate/

So you can predict future GDP then? Are you basing 76% against current GDP figures? If they take the hit whatever current GDP is I'm betting it will be a lot less in 1 years time.

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/iceland/gdp-growth

Iceland took the hit and saw it's economy contract. Greece would be the same.

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