Paul Singer: Greece Did It To Itself

The hedge fund manager is very broken up about this Greek tragedy.
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Billionaire Paul Singer, founder of hedge fund Elliott Management, said Greece should have pulled out of the euro. “I think Greece should have pulled out after the first restructuring a few years ago, I think they should have pulled out now,” he said Wednesday at the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference in New York. “I think what they have done to themselves is a tragedy.” [Bloomberg]

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