Grexit or default within the eurozone? plus Rick Rule on oil
Greece could come up short on cash next week if the government can’t reach a deal with the Eurozone on economic reforms that would unlock essential bailout funds. Both the Greek government and its creditors have said they need to reach an outline agreement, at the very least, at their next meeting on April 24. But Greece has yet to produce a plan for reforms deemed acceptable. Boom Bust guest host Ameera David weighs in
Then, Edward joins us after his attendance at a special Brookings Institution event where the finance ministers from Greece and Germany spoke, following the annual spring meetings for both The World Bank and International Monetary Fund. He tells us what Wolfgang Schaeuble and Yanis Varoufakis had to say and what this means for Greece and likely outcomes to that nation’s crisis.
Then, Ameera sits down with John Brynjolfsson – CIO of Armored Wolf. John tells us if Europe can sustain the triple digit debt loads in Spain, Italy, Belgium, and Portugal, given its anemic growth and he gives us his take on how the Greek government will decide between its domestic constituency and its international creditors.
After the break, Bianca gives us a daily news roundup on other headlines including a report on earnings, Ben Bernanke’s new job, and a glitter-filled ECB protest by young but veteran German activist protester Josephine Witt.
Afterwards, Erin is joined by Rick Rule – CEO of Sprott US Holdings, Inc. Rick gives us his take on the future of the oil market and tells us if he thinks volatility in the oil market is likely to spike now that prices have relatively stabilized.
And in The Big Deal, Ameera and Erin discuss Delta’s decision to cut back on international flights.
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