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They have done what they were there to do - make $$$ for the big corporations they are involved with. Not to ignore at this point though, the the Greek debt crisis - "engineered" by the same Goldman Sachs, a crisis which now stands chances to destabilize the EU but also to kick back to the US economy as well ... The world economies and finances are so interconnected within the global economy, that it became literally impossible for a financial shock like the one in Greece to remain without consequences for the other (remote) countries as well ... Just stay tuned for what will happen in Europe next, and how EU will decide to go about it - the issue might reveal some further interesting aspects and connections ...

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