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Eran Peleg, Chief Investment Officer of  Clarity Capital, explains on i24news why the likelihood of a Greek exit from the Eurozone remains low and how the country's debt crisis can be contained.
Tal Keinan, CEO of Clarity Capital, spoke to Times of Israel about Israel's potential as a global financial center. "The way to build Israel into a country that can export financial services is to foster [domestic] competition," Tal explains.
As Greeks voted on July 5 to reject or accept the European debt reflief proposal, Eran Peleg, Chief Investment Officer of Clarity Capital, spoke with the Jerusalem Post about how the referendum would impact Greece's future in the Eurozone. "Althought the chances of a Grexit [Greek exit] have increased, we still believe that the likelihood of them leaving the Eurozone is fairly low."
Eran Peleg, Chief Investment Officer of Clarity Capital, explains on i24 TV if the economic troubles in Greece will lead to an exit from the Eurozone. Plus, he explains how a Greek exit would impact investors and markets.
Eran Peleg, Chief Investment Officer of Clarity Capital, spoke to the Hebrew language Calcalist business newspaper about the risks and opportunities of the Greekd debt crisis.