- The focus should not be on Greece, but on the eurozone's ability to solve problems.
- The eurozone has reached a fork in the road for more robust infrastructure for long-term success or risk increased uncertainty of the eurozone.
- If Greece or any nation leaves the eurozone a precedent is set for other member states to do the same, thus increasing the uncertainty of the euro.
Life is filled with uncertainty. Market decisions are frequently made in moments of uncertainty. Europe has experienced its share of uncertainty and volatility in the past decade. This leads to the current situation of Greece that has grabbed a lot of the recent discussions and headlines. READ MORE