We have had a few people inquire about the Greek debt crisis and its potential impact to US investors. It is complicated; we hope you enjoy some of these perspectives.
The Greek financial crisis, explained in fewer than 500 words. Vox provides a big picture overview of the Greek debt crisis.
Greece’s Debt Crisis Explained. The New York Times provides a good summary of the current state affairs.
US markets not immune from Greek turmoil. The Greek crisis creates additional risks for investors in the short term, offset by the opportunity for attractive entry points down the road, according to Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser to Allianz, writing in the Financial Times.
Greek mess leads to neutral outlook for US equities. The Greek mess is one of the facets of a neutral outlook for the US equity market this year, according to Liz Ann Sonders of Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. The other facet of a neutral outlook is uncertainty around the Federal Reserve policy and the approach to an initial rate hike.
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