Just as we were going into production on Monday evening the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, thoughtfully tweeted to the world that a deal had at last 'been done' with Greece which will keep the troubled nation within the Eurozone assuming the country delivers the measures agreed to over the weekend.
Luckily, we've had our economic strategist on the case all day...so don't miss Adam Carr's timely lead piece in your Monday edition of Eureka report (see article).
No doubt the Greek deal will feature prominently in Alan Kohler's interview at 2 pm Tuesday (July 14) with Hamish Douglass, chief executive of the listed fund management operation Magellan (MFG). Coincidentally, Douglass's co-founder in the business, Chris Mackay, who now runs the Magellan Flagship Fund (MFF), is featured in Mitch Sneddon's first LIC 'pick' for Eureka which you can read about here.
Also mid-week you can catch Alan Kohler doing two further CEO interviews: On Tuesday at noon he will be talking live with Chris Sutherland the CEO of Programmed: That's the listed company which has emerged from the combination of the former Skilled Group and what used to be known as Programmed Maintenance Services. While on Wednesday (July 15) Alan will catch up with Daniel Foggo, the CEO at peer-to-peer operator Ratesetter which invites retail investors to both invest and borrow in the lending market online.
On Friday at 12 noon I will be doing a live webcast with Eureka Report's asset allocation expert Dr Doug Turek. Doug is one of the Eureka Report's most popular contributors and I'm sure many subscribers will want a chance to directly ask him questions on portfolio allocation in this volatile period.
Remember you can tune in live to any of these events – including Inside Line with Alan Kohler and me every Monday at 3.15 – or you can leave questions for any session beforehand... just check the site for further details.