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This euro is destroying the European dream
That prompts a question, one that will only get sharper whether the Greeks leave the euro and descend into economic mayhem or stay and suffer back-breaking debt repayments.
Greece shouldn't put you off euro zone stocks  CNBC
Euro Exchange Rates and Greece Crunch-Time: Beware EUR Strength  Pound Sterling Live
Printing the Drachma: The Messy Future of a Post-Euro Greece
Introducing a new currency is no small feat. Recent cases -- East Germany's adoption of the deutsche mark, the Czech-Slovak divorce of 1993, and the creation of the euro itself -- benefited from years of careful planning and broad popular support. If ...
What the euro's current difficulties really mean  The Hill (blog)
Think Greece is better off ditching the euro? Read this first
On paper, Greece's referendum on Sunday (July 5) is narrowly focused on accepting or rejecting a proposal made by creditors to extend the country's bailout deal last week.
Whether Greece votes yes or no, the euro cannot survive in its current form
If Greece is ejected from the euro zone, it faces a chaotic currency switch
ATHENS - The choice can be attractive for nations in financial peril: Stop paying debts, fire up the printing presses and flood the zone with cash.
Greece: Only the 'No' Can Save the Euro  The American Prospect
Time to split the euro in two  CNN
FOREX-Soft US jobs data weighs on dollar, euro hostage to Greek vote
Caution also reigned ahead of Greece's Sunday referendum on an international bailout deal that could ultimately determine whether it stays in the euro zone. The dollar index was down 0.15 percent at 95.977, retreating from a four-week high of 96.422 ...
Soft US jobs data weighs on dollar, euro hostage to Greek vote  Economic Times
FOREX-Soft US jobs data pin down dollar, euro hostage to Greek vote  Reuters UK
The Devalued Greek Currency Has Already Arrived. It's the Euro
Iannis, who gave only one name, may be the face of a de facto devaluation in Greece, even before a referendum Sunday that could determine its future in the euro. Cash is harder and harder to come by, with daily withdrawals limited to 60 euros. There ...
Why Greece Will Stay in the Euro Zone
Greece also defaulted on a scheduled $1.7 billion debt payment to the International Monetary Fund and closed its banks to all but 60-euro-a-day withdrawals at ATMs. And, oh, did we mention Tsipras' bizarre call for a national referendum Sunday on ...
Greece Lampooned by German Media as Voters Split on Euro Future
The gloves are off in German media coverage of Greece's spiraling debt crisis as the war of words between Europe's renegade and its biggest stalwart escalates in the countdown to Sunday's referendum.
The Euro Intercepts  WIKILEAKS
Schaeuble: Greece Will Remain in Euro Even if Greeks Vote No on Sunday  Greek Reporter
Greece Can't Afford to Leave the Euro, Though It Should
Greece adopted the euro in 2001 despite severe structural problems and very high deficits and debt-to-G.D.P. ratios, using creative accounting to cover up that reality.
Euro's Salvation Lies in Its Political Appeal  Wall Street Journal
Euro burdened by Greece, uncertainty high  Reuters
Euro Bond Traders Brace for Gyrations Whichever Way Greeks Swing
With Greece divided as it heads into Sunday's referendum on austerity, one thing looks certain: The bond market is set for another volatile week.