The main themes that we've watched play out recently on the Greek stage will be discussed on a bigger stage this week as finance ministers from 20 of the world's largest economies -- the G-20 -- meet in Mexico.
The G-20 leaders are expected to push Europe for stronger action to stymie the risk of contagion. But exactly how to do that -- through more austerity to stop the bleeding or through more spending to encourage growth -- remains a point of contention.
The Greek election on Sunday put at bay the most immediate concerns that Greece would be exiting the euro, dropping the bailout plans in an effort to go it alone. The euro zone as everyone knows it survived another day, but the Greek government is now tasked with the same tasks it failed to complete -- including the very first step, forming a coalition government -- just weeks ago.
Current System Isn't Working
Although the so-called "pro-bailout" group, the New Democracy Party, won the most Parliamentary seats of any party in theRead More »from G-20 Meet at key time for...pretty much everyone