What Does Greece’s Vote Mean for the U.S.?

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Greece was not partying quite like the U.S. Women’s soccer team last night. The current financial crisis there has resulted in empty grocery store shelves, closed banks, and long lines at ATMs. Even so, Greeks voted overwhelmingly yesterday not to accept the austerity measures imposed by their Eurozone creditors. What ripple effect might yesterday’s decision have, and could the unfolding Greek debt crisis even impact our economy?