The debt crisis in Europe that, until now, has threatened individual countries, now threatens the continent's common currency. Jeffrey Brown discusses Europe's debt woes and the euro's future with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso.
Jeffrey Brown discusses Italy's rapidly escalating debt crisis and the implications for the rest of the Eurozone with Il Sole's Mario Calvo-Platero and Bloomberg-BusinessWeek's Roben Farzad.
In other news Friday, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou shook up his government in a bid to defuse the country's debt crisis and get new austerity measures through Parliament. Also in Yemen, officials announced that President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who…
In the face of fears over growing debt, several European countries have announced major spending cuts amid widespread opposition from the public. Jeffrey Brown speaks with an economist and a reporter about Europe's debt crisis and its financial future.
This month's stock market "flash crash" of 1,000 points was the subject of Senate hearings, as the federal regulators proposed new rules to prevent further instability. Jeffrey Brown talks to two financial experts for more on the markets.
Gwen Ifill talks to John Lipsky, first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, about the $1 trillion aid package to steady Greece and insulate other eurozone countries from a spreading debt crisis.
As Greece struggles to repair its debt crisis, Jeffrey Brown gets two points of view from economists Paul Krugman and Robert Barbera about how the financial and social unrest could impact the European Union and its economy.
As police in Greece used teargas to control new protests late Thursday, U.S. markets went into a wild ride for a few hours. Judy Woodruff examines the possible links and other potential causes for the market unrest with a reporter…
Stocks plunged then rallied slightly as concerns grew that Greece's ongoing debt crisis would impact the global financial recovery. Also, a possible technical glitch was being investigated by market officials. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Riots erupted in Athens in response to Greece's plans to adopt harsh cuts and taxes to fix its debt crisis. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News gives an update on the unrest and a bank fire that killed three people.
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