Top Economists Weigh in on Greek Credit Crisis

July 13, 2011

By Mary Kathleen Flynn, The Deal

The Greek credit crisis is a "very serious problem for the whole world, not just for Greece," says Museum of American Finance Chairman Richard Sylla in The Deal magazine's video conversation with three top economists about the global impact of the crisis. "If Greece gets into trouble, the European banks are in trouble, and that means the US banks could be in trouble, and it does not bode well for the world economy," Sylla explains.

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