May 15, 2012
Greece is edging even close to the Euro exit door – after the latest talks to form a government failed. There’ll be more on Tuesday, but markets have already been dropped in reaction, while other EU nations are scrambling contingency plans. The second-largest party in Greece is the latest to refuse to join a coalition that enforces more cuts. Political economist Markus Kerber says even if Athens quits the Euro, it’s still too late to save the currency.
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 2:49 am