Greece's Economy Hangs in Balance After 'Greferendum'

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Greece needs up to 60 billion euros over the next three years to stabilize its finances, according to the International Monetary Fund. The analysis comes in advance of Sunday's referendum, when Greek citizens will vote on whether to accept the latest terms of the European Union's bailout. We'll get an update on the referendum and the threat the Greek debt crisis poses to the Eurozone and to the U.S. economy.


Elena Becatoros, bureau chief for southeast Europe, Associated Press

Patrick Foulis, U.S. business editor and New York bureau chief, The Economist

Philippe Legrain, visiting senior fellow at the European Institute; author of "European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess -- and How to Put Them Right"

Markos Kounalakis, visiting fellow, Hoover Institution at Stanford University