June 17, 2014

Is Greece Really Back?

Mohamed El-Erian, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

It has been two years since Greece narrowly avoided an exit from the euro area that could have been disastrous for the country and extremely challenging for Europe and the global economy. Although the country has made a lot of progress since then, markets are far too sanguine about its rehabilitation.

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