On Friday, April 24th, the finance ministers of Europe will again meet to discuss the fate of Greece’s bailout program. Although no definitive course of action is expected to come out of this meeting, it is yet another chance to assess the potential consequences if indeed the Greek government defaults on its loans. Will they choose to ditch the euro? Will the rest of their euro area partners decide to cut off their emergency liquidity assistance? And, most importantly, how would all of this effect the rest of the world economy? Read on to find out more about this developing crisis and what you can expect over the coming weeks and months.
Assessing The Potential Risk Of A Greek Government Default
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