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Are they out weird just two days away from the big vote -- -- that will determine the future the eurozone is basically a vote for austerity.
Or against austerity so we have got back to Athens passing Wednesday -- standing by classic where -- it stand right now.
Well that's a good question Tracy and -- calls the world's eyes will be on Greece on Sunday as though the vote.
Tally is I counted and as you say really could be a vote to whether to stay in or out of the eurozone or depending on which political -- wins.
We'll have to wait and see but certainly contingency plans are being made central banks say they're standing ready to pump in any liquidity if there is a run on the banks in the meantime we spent some today.
Finding out how Greeks -- coping with this.
Well a struggling economy to say the least including of course the stock market -- I spoke with the chairman of the Athens stock exchange.
And -- him how the market survive with or this political and economic upheaval.
-- that is mirroring the economy -- last who leave yes.
Really put -- means facing.
And some programs that are coming from -- Government that that.
Program and this is depicted in the present this beautiful -- that change of clothes food you can these decrease of the -- -- -- Divvying up then -- -- Gupta GDP.
Which is 10%.
Which is in.
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Stable and slightly improved.
These food and two years from 50% of we -- good news among.
Fifty for the person and participation of foreign investors love my capitalization.
Is -- a very volatile environment -- the market was up 10% yesterday.
-- as you.
This is an important deepens with other things -- -- He now it seems that will -- -- humane society.
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But -- -- union moves.
Lows that is what this market that really concerns -- it could be a run on the bank facility a lot of capital -- oil consumed.
Discussing the media -- there on and off the bonds but.
The -- through the banking system these.
I've received by the funding -- -- have weeks before by.
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The -- from.
And by the way the stock exchange today the market here in Athens gained another 2% -- -- down some 80% over the last two years as you can imagine.
So the question now is -- happens off to the election there are rumors that the new Democracy Party the Conservative Party.
May be pulling ahead a little bit in the polls -- those those polls I should point out Tracy.
Our unofficial but coming up later in the show will talk about tourism it's a huge industry -- -- Greece.
One in five people works for the tourism -- -- -- here.
We'll find out how they're coping middle of the unrest.
Here in their country back to you.
Wow actually it's great stuff and as actually mentioned the polls are so I'm forgiving or they're just really hard to judge -- go by these polls we gotta wait and ceemea unless.
I think 48 hours right now.
-- will be back with us later and Sunday night he will be joining Gerri Willis for special report on the election and of course we'll -- worldwide reaction including.
Are -- -- -- -- is going to be in Mexico for the G-20 summit so that is seven.
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