I posted this on another thread lastnight.
Greece is only one issue to be worried about.
Yesterday the International Labour Organisation warned of a further world recession with the risk of social unrest rising, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development predicted a sharp slowdown in growth, bank shares fell 8 - 9% on Monday and there are very real worries over the Italian government's ability to finance itself as Rome's cost of borrowing rose to new highs.
This is not just about Europe but about the world economy.
Letīs see what, if anything the G20 meeting comes up with later this week in Cannes.