Just How Fragile Is the Global Economy?

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Greece depends on Germany. Australia depends on China. Puerto Rico depends on Washington, D.C. In economics it's all about interdependence, which has many people wondering what debt crises and stock market troubles abroad mean for them. We'll get an update on the economic news from Greece and China, and discuss the interconnectedness of the world's markets.


James Galbraith, economist, professor at the University of Texas at Austin and author of "The End of Normal"

Robert Kahn, senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations

Shawn Donnan, world trade editor for the Financial Times