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I predicted it 48 hours before: GreeceThe ObserverGreek referendum: Germany says it won’t leave Greece in the lurchGerman finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, appears to bolster No votein last-minute intervention on Saturday John Hooperin AthensSaturday 4 July 201518.49 BST00.02 BST (The Guardian) Investors around the world held their breath on Saturday as 10 million Greeks prepared to vote in a referendum that presents the biggest challenge to the euro since its adoption.After more than five months of eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation between Alexis Tsipras’s radical left-led government and Greece’s creditors, and with only hours to go before voting began, one of the most hawkish of the lenders appeared toblink. Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, until now even more of a hardliner than his chancellor Angela Merkel, suddenly turned a more conciliatory face towards Athens.Having previously insisted that a No voteon the lenders’ last terms would see their country forced out of the euro, Schäuble told theBildnewspaper that the choice before them on Sunday was between holding on to the euro and being “temporarily without it”.It was far from clear what Schäuble had in mind, but economists have mooted the notion of a period in whichGreecemight go back to its national currency, the drachma, while its economy recovered.With pharmacists in Athens reporting that the government had rationed the distribution of drugs, and fears being raised of food shortages within weeks, the finance minister of Europe’s biggest economy said: “It is clear that we will notleave the [Greek] people in the lurch.”What effect Schäuble’s last-minute intervention may have on the vote is impossible to gauge. But it appears to favour the No camp.His remarks seemed to endorse the claims of the Greek government, which has called for a No vote, to the effect thata majority in favour of rejection would not lead to the country’s exit from the euro (“Grexit”).The German minister’s tone was strikingly at odds with that of his charismatic but controversial Greek counterpart, Yanis Varoufakis, who turned up the heat before the ballot by accusing Greece’s creditors of terrorism.“Why did they force us to close the banks?” he asked in an interview published by the Spanish dailyEl Mundo. “To instil fear in people. And spreading fear is called terrorism.”Rallies in support of Greece were held in several European capitals on Saturday. Others were also held in Britain: in London, Liverpool and Edinburgh.Greece’s lenders were not the only people spreading alarm. Several economists warned that financial markets were underestimating the risks of a No vote – and even of a Yes vote.The streets are calm but Greece is haunted by fear of civil strifeThe situation is Greece has become increasingly fragile against a background of growing problems in China. In an effort to stabilise China’s stock markets, which have slumped by almost 30% since the middle of last month, its top securities brokerages said on Saturday that they would buy at least 120bn yuan (£12.4bn) of shares.The undertaking followed a string of official policy initiatives in the last week that included a cut in interest rates and a relaxation of margin lending rules. None has so far succeeded in halting the slide.The OxfordEconomicsthinktank warned that the closure of Greece’s banks and the imposition of capital controls last weekend would be difficult to reverse.“Cyprus was able to gradually loosen capital controls because of a decisive and credible commitment to reform. This is not possible in Greece,” it said. “Our latest scenario analysis suggests an exit probability of around 67%.”In a reference to the2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers– the spark that detonated global recession – Megan Greene, chief economist of the Canadian asset management firm Manulife, said: “Grexit would be a Lehman-type event, but with a much slower fuse.”She added: “The immediate impact might be relatively muted in the markets. A No vote is also supported by the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party.

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