Growing Worries in Athens A Greek Default Would Hit the ECB Hard

Hopes that Greece can be saved are dwindling. Athens had hoped to reach a deal with its creditors on a 50 percent debt haircut, but banks have now made it clear that efforts to reach an agreement could fail. Should the country go bankrupt, the European Central Bank stands to lose the most.
Concerns are growing once again about Greece.

Concerns are growing once again about Greece.

Foto: Emily Wabitsch/ dpa