Greek Austerity May Not Be the End of the Problems

Euro zone gets boost from Greek austerity vote

With the way open for another bailout for Greece, the euro zone is getting a boost. The euro is higher in forex trading on the currency market, helped by increased risk appetite.

Between the Greek austerity vote, better news out of the U.S. in terms of home sales, and expectations that China will help out, the euro is doing pretty well.

However, it is important to realize that this isn't over yet. Even with the approval of the Greek government for austerity measures, the solution might not be found. There are still other countries in the euro zone that may face the some problems, and there has to be a way to continue supporting Greece, rather than all of these one-off packages that throw the region -- and the world -- into uncertainty for weeks at a time.

For now, though, crisis seems to be averted. The euro can gain while eyes turn to the U.S. and its debt ceiling and budget issues.
Greek Austerity May Not Be the End of the Problems Greek Austerity May Not Be the End of the Problems Reviewed by Sopheap Chhin on 11:12:00 AM Rating: 5

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