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By Daniel Costa-Roberts
More than one in three ATMs in Greece ran out of cash at some point Saturday as banks struggled to provide enough euro banknotes to keep the machines running while Greeks scrambled to withdraw money.
By PBS NewsHour
Greece received a four-month bailout aid extension deal, easing some worries about the global economy after tense negotiations over austerity measures and giving the Greek economy some temporary breathing room. Judy Woodruff speaks with David Wessel of the Brookings Institution…
By Simone Pathe
The six-year anniversary of the month when Lehman Brothers failed, and brought down much of the financial sector with it, was a rough one for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Local Businesses Help Refresh Irish Economy After Global Recession…
Inside the Desperate Attempts to Get Cyprus Out of Financial Chaos…
Under crippling financial strains and with bankruptcy on the horizon, Cyprus agreed to a bailout from its eurozone partners. Margaret Warner reports on the bailout deal totaling $13 billion, as well as the mixed reactions from neighboring countries.
The small island of Cyprus, with a population of just over a million people, is facing a crippling banking crisis. While the banks will get some bailout money, individuals there will also be taxed on their savings. Emma Murphy of…
Spanish and Greek Responses to Debt Crisis Unleash Backlash from Citizens…
Former TARP cop Neil Barofsky explains why he thinks the big banks should be broken up.
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