A deal on restructuring Greek debt remained elusive Thursday as talks with the nation's private sector creditors ended for a second day without agreement.
The Institute of International Finance, which represents the private sector investors who own Greek government bonds, said negotiations would resume Friday.
The talks in Athens hinge on a plan that that cuts the value of Greek government bonds in half.
The deal would result in significant losses for the private sector, which holds over â‚¬200 billion of Greece's â‚¬350 billion debt load.READ FULL CNNMONEY.COM STORY
Hmmm surprised, has no one in the US thought this may impact us?
I shouldve probably worded that differently. While it may not have an immediate impact on the American people it will most definitely impact wallstreet and the l%ers which in turn trickle down to the rest of us.
Just send them our tax money , sheeeesh!!!
Well that was intelligent! How bout you send them yours. I prefer to watch the collapse of the elite ones myself, theyve had no problem watching the working middleclass collapse.
Just send them some of our tax payers money so they can spend it to!!! Remember that we dont need it ourselfes do we?
@kandi they already spent mine on the deployment home from IRAQ so its gone probably on a gallon of deisel motor oil, LOL!!!