Anxiety over the Greek debt crisis spooked markets in Europe and Asia again Thursday as investors worry about problems there spreading. Meanwhile, Greece's prime minister held an emergency Socialist Party meeting but delayed a Cabinet reshuffle until Friday. Daisy McAndrew…
In other news Wednesday, Greece's government was engulfed by political rebellion in Parliament and new rioting broke out in the streets as more than 25,000 demonstrators marched against new austerity measures. Also, U.S.-Pakistani tensions grew after word that Pakistan had…
Europe's Economic Troubles: How Far-Reaching Is the Crisis?…
Margaret Warner reports on Ireland's debt woes and talks with new Prime Minister Enda Kenny about his country's struggle to revive a once-thriving economy.
Downgrades of Greece's debt rating to junk status sent markets tumbling in Europe and the U.S. Gwen Ifill talks to financial expert Eswar Prasad about the far-reaching effects of the European nation's economic crisis.
By Larisa Epatko
Iceland's volcano has not only thrown a wrench into airline passengers' plans but has put Kenya's European market of fresh produce and cut flowers in limbo, at least temporarily.
As Greece seeks support of its plan to bring its finances back from the brink of collapse, there are fears the weakening euro could impact the U.S. in its own economic recovery. Judy Woodruff talks to Greek Prime Minister George…
Greece's Prime Minister George Papandreou visited Washington and several other nations this week to ask for support cracking down on speculative trading to help Athens employ reforms to help its budget crisis.
Greece has one month to take urgent measures to rein in its debt problems and less time to share information about its currency swaps, EU finance ministers said Tuesday. Jeffrey Brown talks to finance experts Scheherazad Rehman and Simon Johnson.
By Larisa Epatko
After weeks of internal negotiations, the European Union selected two "low-key consensus builders," as they have since been described, over big-name picks to lead the newly organized body.
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