Greece's Sovereign Debt Crisis
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Greece Debt Crisis and the EU
The debt crisis in Greece and the potential of the crisis to engulf other European economies threatened the prospects of a global economic recovery from the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009. Greece's debt burden sparked fears among the investors of sovereign default, further affecting the economies of highly leveraged Euro zone nations...
Measures to Rescue Greece
George Papandreou told the Greek Parliament that immediate measures were required to prevent the economy from falling into a debt crisis. In early March 2010, the bond issue send positive signals to the markets, where Athens sold €5 billion in 10-year bonds and in turn received orders for three times that amount...
Exhibit I: Public Debt and Budget Deficit as % of GDP Exhibit II: Gross Debt and GDP Exhibit III: Annual % Change of GDP Exhibit IV: EU Limit on Budget Deficit and Greece's Excess Exhibit V: Government Debt, Deficits and Sovereign Credit Premia of Various EU Countries Exhibit VI: 5 Year Credit-Default Swaps of Greece Exhibit VII: Largest Budget Deficits in EU for 2009 Exhibit VIII: Public Debt as % of GDP, 2009 Exhibit IX: Loss in the Value of Euro Exhibit X: Government Debt of Various EU Countries Exhibit XI: Interest Rates on Bond Offerings Over a Decade Exhibit XII: IMF Packages Authorised
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