Topic: Euro Zone
A Christian Science perspective.
04/30/2010 09:35 am
The Greece debt crisis, which is still subject to German parliamentary approval and may be challenged in court, is putting unsustainable stress on the European Central Bank, some analysts say.
04/30/2010 09:23 am
No longer a mere threat, the Greek financial crisis has spread to the eurozone and has raised concern over contagion.
04/29/2010 03:25 pm
The Greek debt crisis continued to roil European debt markets on Wednesday after a leading rating agency cut the country's debt status to junk. While short term aid to Greece is a near certainty, economists warn that more international cash – and painful political steps in Athens – will be needed.
04/28/2010 06:26 pm
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The Greek debt crisis, which has sent bonds tumbling across southern Europe, has had a knock-on effect on stock markets in Asia. But one analyst says Asian banks and governments have limited exposure to Greek debt, so should weather the storm relatively unscathed.
04/28/2010 12:59 pm
World stock markets fell as prospects grew that the Greek debt crisis is spreading to Portugal and other indebted nations.
04/28/2010 09:26 am
Greece's budget deficit is higher than believed, leading the beleaguered country to seek rescue packages immediately. Might that be the first step down a very slippery slope?
04/26/2010 01:21 pm
Greece's debt crisis continues to spiral out of control and only one solution appears to be effective: for Germany and other countries to extend a 5 percent loan of indefinite amounts.
04/23/2010 05:59 pm
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou called his country a "sinking ship" as he requested a $56 billion bailout today. But Germany, which is key to any aid package, still isn't convinced that a Greece bailout is absolutely necessary.
04/23/2010 05:51 pm