by John Galt
February 22, 2012 05:30 ET
In what can only be called a determination of default by investors, the sell off of Greece’s short term debt tells a tale of woe. The 1 year bond yield moved from yesterday’s close of 652% to 752% overnight while the 2 year moved a whopping 20 bps from 192% to 212%. If this isn’t the true vote on the alleged ECB/IMF “bailout” I do not know what is. This is a nation falling into disarray, default, and ultimately anarchy if they do not act to withdraw from the European Union and re-establish their own currency. The Icelandic solution may not be pretty, but there will be no private buyers for Greek debt after the CAC laws and mandatory defaults are enacted.