Whither Europe: Greeks are withdrawing $1 billion daily and hording dry foods ahead of June 17 elections that may hasten the country’s exit from Europe’s monetary union.
An ill-timed acquisition has made Credit Agricole the foreign bank with the most to lose in the Greek crisis.
Despite Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Read More
See what we did there? Spain and Italy tied 1-1 yesterday on the third day of the European Championships, the soccer tournament that will provide backdrop to the region’s unfolding financial melodrama. (Seriously, who’s going to chart market reaction to Greek goals?) Anyway, the score was fitting, as the two nation’s creditworthiness appears to be Read More