Marshall Auerback

Market Analyst, RAB Capital

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According to one official at the International Monetary fund, "if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat."  So it was "perfectly legal" back in 2001 for Goldman Sachs and other…

Greece: A Country that's Too Big to Fail

According to one official at the International Monetary fund, "if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat."  So it was "perfectly legal" back in 2001 for Goldman Sachs and other…

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According to one official at the International Monetary fund, " if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat ."

Greece: A Country that's Too Big to Fail

According to one official at the International Monetary fund, " if a government wants to cheat, it can cheat ."

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