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Volume 12, Number 2
Second Quarter 2010
Demystifying Sovereign Debt in Greece: Why It Matters to Us

Demystifying Sovereign Debt in Greece: Why It Matters to Us
Greece's fiscal crisis has led to a cycle of government threats of austerity and civil unrest. The crisis also has repercussions for the euro area and possibly the worldwide economy. How did Greece's reliance on sovereign debt put the country in such a difficult position?
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In EconSouth Now, Andrew Flowers of the Atlanta Fed's research department discusses the Greek sovereign debt situation and its potential implications for other European economies, as well as the global economy.
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Stiff Headwinds Blow Through Retail Spaces

Stiff Headwinds Blow Through Retail Spaces
Robust consumer spending prior to the recession brought on a significant expansion of retail space in the Southeast. Absorbing the postrecession surplus development into the marketplace remains a challenge.
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Out of the Workplace…and Struggling to Find a Way Back In

Out of the Workplace...and Struggling to Find a Way Back In
Long unemployment lines put a human face on the high jobless numbers that the recent recession has left us with. For the long-term unemployed, finding new jobs is an increasingly challenging prospect.
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