Europe on the Fringe - Politics in the Age of a New Depression

­With elections in France and Greece this weekend, the results have the potential to send shockwaves across the European debt-landscape. We speak with former diplomat and investment banker, founder of creditwritedowns.com, Edward Harrison about how politics in single countries could impact the global economy. Also the latest PMI numbers that show growth could be slowing across the globe, including China. Meanwhile, what did outspoken and famed fund manager Hugh Hendry tell a panel about Europe at the Milken Institute Global Conference yesterday that has people talking? Then, more evidence reveals American expats are lining up to give up their passports. What does this mean and why do we continue to see this trend of Americans preparing to flee the country?