The Financial Times has an article today called “Greece reaches agreement with ‘troika’ on bailout tranche” and I’m not going to tell you about it but you can go read it if you want. If you’re an FT subscriber just click on this link and there you are. If not, maybe try typing that title into Google and clicking on the first result you get; that’ll probably work, no guarantees. Or, like, go buy a copy of the paper?
That’s the way a lot of news works: if you have an internet connection and a desire to get it, you probably can, but if for idiosyncratic reasons you want to get it quickly and reliably – say, you invest in Greek debt and need to know what’s going on for trading purposes – the way to do that is to pay for it. As a corollary, the way to get more of it more quickly and reliably is to pay more for it. If you clicked that link and you’re not a subscriber you probably saw something like this: Read more »