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EU Tells Tsipras the Party's Over as Euro Exit Door Swings Open
Behind the doors of the Justus Lipsius building in the heart of the political district in Brussels, the euro-region's leaders rounded on the Greek prime minister for destabilizing the currency union before Germany's Angela Merkel emerged to deliver an ...
Euro zone gives Greece until Sunday for debt deal  Reuters
Euro sinks as ECB tightens squeeze on Greek banks
The euro fell as much as 1.2 percent against the dollar at $1.0929, beyond a five-week low, after the ECB confirmed that is was maintaining the "liquidity assistance" to Greek banks at 89 billion euros. Meanwhile the dollar rallied to trade 0.85 ...
48 hours to keep Greece in euro  BBC News
ECB, enemy of the euro?  Financial Times
Twilight of the Euro Welfare State?
Journalists have strained to apply their good guy-bad guy conventions to the Greek crisis. But are the bad guys the greedy, wastrel Greeks?
Why the Euro Is Failing
Greece's government seems determined to incur the world's blame for the emergent economic turmoil in Europe. Mark Gilbert summed it up accurately for Bloomberg View: "The nation's stubborn contradictory stance -- yes to the euro, no to the conditions ...
WALL STREET AGREES: Greece leaving the euro is 'the most likely scenario ...  Business Insider
Euro tipped to fall 10 per cent against US dollar amid Grexit worries  South China Morning Post (subscription)
Greece is trapped by the euro
The Greek financial nightmare is a reminder of why countries benefit from having their own currencies. In the old days, a flexible drachma could have been devalued to boost exports and economic growth.
What happens if Greece leaves the euro?
The Future Of Greece, The Euro And The Impact On Global Markets  Seeking Alpha
Gundlach Sees Greek Euro Exit Opening 'Pandora's Box'
Greece's likely exit from the euro currency group “opens Pandora's box” by setting a precedent that makes membership porous, according to Jeffrey Gundlach, co-founder of DoubleLine Capital.
GUNDLACH: A 'Grexit' would be the beginning of the end of the euro  Business Insider
The euro, theology and values
WHEN big questions, like the future of Europe, hang in the balance, it can be tempting to toy with grand theories about the ways in which religion affects culture and economics.
Grexit would start 'the end' of the euro: Piketty
European leaders need to take a more "realistic" outlook on Greece and yield ground on debt forgiveness, French economist Thomas Piketty said Tuesday.
How Greece leaving the euro would actually work
Greece has two big problems right now. One is that the Greek state is running out of euros, which it needs to pay its employees and social assistance recipients.
Crisis erupts in buy the euro?
With an overwhelming "no" vote by Greece on its bailout referendum Sunday the country is likely headed to a rough exit from the euro. Those fears should cause the currency to plunge on fears contagion will spread to other members. European stock ...