The latest bailout deal for Greece provides it with about 170 billion dollars in loans to prevent a default. In return, Greece has to make additional budget cuts on top of painful austerity measures already in place.
Why gold is so valuable right now? What is the future of money? The World's Anchor Marco Werman talks with Matthew Bishop of the Economist, co-author of "In Gold We Trust: The Future of Money in an Age of Uncertainty", to find out more.
G7 finance ministers held an emergency tele-conference today to discuss the crisis facing the Euro. Some reports suggest some kind of grand bargain is being floated to try to get wealthy and stable Germany to help its neighbors.
At first glance, the Palestinian economy appears to be booming: People are out on the streets, and small shops are packed. But the territory is under Israeli military control, and heavily dependent upon international aid.
China was one of the few international topics to come up at last night's presidential debate. The World's Aaron Schachter went to one of the most educated zip codes in the United States to hear what people think about China during the debate season.
Florida produces the most fresh tomatoes of any state in the nation. The growers there say they can't compete with lower-priced Mexican imports much longer. Now they're fighting a 16-year-old trade agreement that could put the idea of free trade at risk.
The discovery of horsemeat in European beef products is threatening consumer confidence in the food industry. Consumers are upset that they've been tricked into eating horsemeat which they thought was beef.
The Obama administration has lifted economic sanctions banning the sale of American consumer electronics products like laptops and mobile phones to Iranians. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with journalist Shirin Jaafari about the timing of the announcement.