Eurozone Writes Off Greece, Focuses on Spain

In an effort to keep Greece from becoming the first major crack in what could become a Eurozone breakup, all attention has shifted to secure Spain’s economy as the looming Greek vote on June 17 casts a shadow on the 12-year-old monetary union.

Media Reports of European Bank Strife Could Impact U.S. Consumer Confidence

News reports of the financial upheaval in Europe have begun describing the situation as a “bank run,” which will likely lead to consumer questions about the stability of American financial institutions as media coverage expands.