Greek Deal Evokes Relief and Fury
No financial meltdown. That’s what some economists are predicting following the storm over a four-month extension of Greece’s $272 billion eurozone bailout. But with Molotov cocktails flying in Athens over its deferral of anti-austerity measures, it’s hard to be upbeat about the future of Greece’s new leftist leaders. And there’s more drama to come, not least of which will entail convincing an anti-reform parliament in Athens that a united Europe is worth all the trouble.