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.

Eurozone Crisis Has U.S. Consumers Seeking Financial Safety

More than a direct effect on the operations of financial institutions or the U.S. economy, the Eurozone situation is beginning to create concern among consumers for the safety of their money and the stability of the economy.