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Greece / Economic Conditions / Debt Vote #1086187

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 05, 2015
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Athens: Holly Williams) The vote in Greece rejecting a financial bailout featured; scenes shown from Athens of the president speaking to the crowds; details given about the prior bailouts in the debt crisis, no signs of economic recovery & tomorrow's Eurosone meeting. [Two GREEKS - explain their vote.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor, Jill Schlesinger) What happens next in the Greece crisis with the voters opposing austerity, the possibility Greece will leave the Eurozone & the impact on the European & US stock markets discussed.

Glor, Jeff;
Williams, Holly;
Jill, Jeff Glor,

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