Jun 29, 2012 European leaders have settled on a new way to bail out banks. The structure will allow the EU to prop up troubled banks directly. It's the kind of change Spain, Italy and other struggling eurozone countries were looking for.
Jun 20, 2012 Spain's debt costs are rising and some fear the nation may soon need a full-scale bailout. Sr. Producer Paddy Hirsch explains the big problem with Spain, using a housing analogy.
Jun 21, 2012 What are Italians talking about these days? Soccer. But the eurozone crisis is still keeping people on edge.
Jun 19, 2012 The Federal Reserve faces sluggish growth and a dilemma: Low interest rates aren’t benefiting many needy consumers who have blemished credit.
Jun 18, 2012 What does the Greek election mean for the U.S. and have any lessons been learned as a result of the crisis?
Heidi N. Moore
Jun 18, 2012 Looking ahead at what's to come for other eurozone countries and what's happening at the G20 summit.
Jun 12, 2012 While most experts are still calling a return to the drachma for Greece unlikely, private companies are scenario planning just in case.
Jun 11, 2012 The financial toll on families from the dreadful economy of recent years is enormous.
Jun 8, 2012 Greece continues to struggle through a debt and banking crisis and rumors of a 'Grexit' abound. If the country does leave the euro, how will it roll out the drachma, and what are the costs?
Jun 8, 2012 Spain's government raised $2.6 billion at a bond auction this morning, but their financial crisis still looms with the banking system and government propping each other up.