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 If yesterday was all about Greece, today belongs to Spain. Concern about Spanish banks has pushed the government's borrowing costs over 7 percent. That's a level that pushed other smaller European countries -- like Greece -- over the edge.
Jun 18, 2012 The election results are in from Greece, and the pro-bailout, pro-austerity New Democracy party narrowly beat the anti-bailout Syriza party in yesterday's elections and is now trying to form a coalition government. That means the euro stays together for the moment.
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 21, 2012 Now that the Greek election has passed, people are looking at Spain -- which may be headed towards a full bailout.
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?
Jun 18, 2012 Voters in France this weekend gave President Francois Hollande's Socialists a solid majority in the lower house of parliament, complementing their majority in the upper house and thus, complete legislative power in the government.
Jun 15, 2012 The big story today is Europe and the upcoming Greek elections. Analysts are trying to make sense of what the results will mean for other markets around the world.
Jun 16, 2012 With economists panicking about the future of Europe, we sent reporter Stephen Beard on a five-nation pub crawl to talk to real people about the future of the eurozone.