The ministers, meeting in Brussels, Belgium, sought to ease markets shaken by the Greek economic crisis before they re-opened Monday.That'll last. Monday's going to be real interesting.
Under the deal announced early Monday, the International Monetary Fund could provide up to 220 billion euros (US $280 billion) to the crisis fund in addition to the EU's contribution of 440 billion euros, Spain's Finance Minister Elena Salgado said.
Especially since the EU doesn't have the money. Guess they'll print it. Hey, it's working for Helicopter Ben, right?