"What I worry about most is the sovereign debt crisis becoming a rolling crisis and hitting the shores of the United States." Greg Peters, Morgan Stanley "Financial markets are driving the world towards another Great Depression with incalculable political consequences. The authorities, particularly in Europe, have lost control of the situation." George Soros, Soros Fund Management The Euro crisis has long been feared to be the foremost risk to our domestic recovery. Implications for the U.S. are tremendous, but solutions are possible. Hear from fourteen insiders and experts including: C. Fred Bergsten: Director, Peterson Institute for International Economics Robert D. Hormats: Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs Jacob Funk Kirkegaard: Peterson Institute for International Economics Bruce Stokes: Senior Transatlantic Fellow for Economics Desmond Lachman: Resident Fellow American Enterprise Institute William Dudley: President Federal Reserve Bank of New York Steven B. Kamin: Director Division of International Finance Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
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