debt crisis

  • July 6, 2015  

    What’s next for Greece after voters rejected a bailout referendum Sunday? Gwen Ifill speaks to Greek Ambassador Christos Panagopoulos about the path ahead for his nation and the potential global consequences of not reaching a compromise with lenders. Continue reading

  • July 6, 2015  

    After Sunday’s ‘no’ vote in Greece, all sides are uncertain about what will happen next. Stephan Richter of The Globalist and Paul Krugman of The New York Times offer different perspectives on what the vote means for Greece’s future. Continue reading

  • July 3, 2015  

    On Sunday, Greece will vote on whether to accept Europe’s latest bailout package and tougher austerity measures, and polls show the public closely divided. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens. Judy Woodruff discusses possible outcomes with Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and Mark Weisbrot of the Center for Economic Policy and Research. Continue reading

  • July 2, 2015  

    In our news wrap Thursday, as Greek pensioners lined up at banks to receive limited funds, Greece’s finance minister used the cash crunch as an example of why citizens should vote against austerity in an upcoming referendum vote. Also, Boko Haram extremists gunned down nearly 100 muslims at several mosques in Kukawa, Nigeria. Continue reading

  • June 30, 2015  

    An 11th-hour attempt by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to extend its debt bailout failed to stop the country from becoming the first developed nation to miss a payment to the IMF. In Athens, thousands rallied outside Parliament, urging a yes vote in the upcoming national referendum on working out a deal and staying in the Eurozone. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports. Continue reading

  • June 29, 2015  

    In our news wrap Monday, Puerto Rico’s governor warned the island can’t pay its debt, and hopes to defer payments as it negotiates. Also, Louisiana and Mississippi ended holdouts on issuing same-sex marriage licenses in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing gay marriage. Continue reading

  • June 29, 2015  

    The Greek government closed all banks and made ready to default on a major debt payment after bailout talks with international creditors collapsed over the weekend. Greeks lined up at ATMS and rushed to gas stations, but were met with limits to prevent a full-on run on the banks. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens. Continue reading

  • June 29, 2015  

    Greece is facing great uncertainty on the eve of a debt default and ahead of a national referendum next Sunday. Judy Woodruff talks to Greg Ip of The Wall Street Journal about the potential consequences for Greece and the Eurozone, plus a look at Puerto Rico’s financial troubles. Continue reading

  • June 23, 2015  

    As Greece grapples to reach a deal with international creditors to avoid bankruptcy, the country is also being hit hard with a surge of arriving migrants – straining scant resources even further. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from the island of Lesbos, which is on the front lines of Greece’s migrant crisis. Continue reading

  • February 21, 2014   BY and  

    President Barack Obama’s forthcoming 2015 budget will not include a proposal to trim Social Security benefits, offered last year in an attempt to draw Republican support for a potential “grand bargain” on deficit reduction. Continue reading

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