The European Union continues to deal with instability caused by an impending debt crisis. Will Greece default? Will this lead to defaults in other Eurozone countries such as Spain, Portugal, and Italy? And would a massive default in Europe plunge the world, including the United States, back into a recession? The financial markets are still trying to make sense of all of it.
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