Greek Debt Crisis - Most Recent


When is the real deadline for Greece?

Feb 6, 2012
Greece was on deadline to deliver a cost-cutting plan to the IMF and EU last week, this past weekend and today. Now, the deadline has been extended. When might the country default?
Posted In: Greece, greek bailout, austerity, Greek debt

Europe plans new rules for ratings agencies

Nov 15, 2011
The big credit ratings agencies -- S&P, Moody's -- faced enormous criticism in the United States for their role in the housing crisis. In Europe, many countries now say those same firms are feeding the debt crisis. So European regulators are pushing back.
Posted In: European Commission, Moody's

Temporary government prepares to take hold in Greece

Nov 7, 2011
The prime minister of Greece could step down as early as today, and the opposition party is ready to take on the country's financial issues.

Will Berlusconi follow in Papandreou's footsteps?

Nov 7, 2011
Over the weekend, it was announced that George Papandreou would step down as Greek prime minister. Italy, and its leader Silvio Berlusconi, could be next.

Greek prime minister survives confidence vote

Nov 5, 2011
The controversial George Papandreou and his party win a nail-biting vote.

Pigs do fly

Nov 3, 2011
Without a tidy solution to the eurozone debt crisis, Greece may have to leave the eurozone. Could it really happen?

Greece puts debt deal up for referendum

Nov 1, 2011
The fate of the euro hangs in the balance as Greece's prime minister asks his people to vote on the deal to solve the European debt crisis.

The reasoning behind referendum politics

Nov 1, 2011
Taking a closer look at why Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou asked for a referendum on a eurozone deal made last week.

Europe looks to China for help with bailout fund

Oct 28, 2011
The head of the euro zone bailout fund is in China today asking for help.

How to handle Greek debt in your portfolio

Oct 28, 2011
A financial planner advises not to get panicked about facing Greek debt.
Posted In: Investing