Bloomberg quotes Megan Greene, chief economist of Maverick Intelligence and a senior fellow in the Council’s Global Business and Economics Program, on the impact of Greek bonds on the Eurozone crisis:

The prospect of Pasok lawmakers withdrawing backing for the coalition could deter the foreign investors helping to fuel the recovery, according to Megan Greene, chief economist at Maverick Intelligence and a columnist with Bloomberg View in London. “If there were snap elections and investors were spooked by the prospect of Syriza being the negotiator for Greece, it could really hurt the Greek recovery because it’s so fragile,” Greene said in a telephone interview. Syriza is the opposition party that rejected the terms of the nation’s international bailout.

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