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European Debt Crisis
Transcript of European Debt Crisis
Marissa Foley Greece
500 Million Euro-Other Countries Struggling
140 Million Euro- Greece
Greece Being Kicked Out
Many Leaders Unsure of The Bailout
4 Year Low
Dropped More Than 16%
Revert To Old Currencies
Have Greece Not Use The Euro
Could Be Gone In A Few Years EU members try to calm fears of defaulting
European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) Governments are spending more than brought in
'08 Global crisis effected Greece
Greece borrowed a lot of money
Housing market crashes
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-Wikipedia. Wikipedia. 10 February 2010. 9 June 2010 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_european_sovereign_debt_crisis>. Map of Greece Credibility is running out
Restructuring is ineitable
Brink of defaulting
Greece Map of Portugal Portugal High levels of public and private debt
Strict government measures
May under go restructuring Map of Spain Spain Burst housing bubblre
Next most vulnerable ecomomy
Debt is still pretty low
-0.8% GDP Map of Ireland Ireland Burst housing bubble
-2.3% GDP Map of Italy Italy Just as weak as Ireland
-0.3 GDP Map of UK UK Safe haven for investors
People unsure if the UK can do anything about the huge deficit Euros European Union Flag