After Greek Vote, Markets Wake Up Jittery

After Greek Vote, Markets Wake Up Jittery

2:13pm Jul 06, 2015
Brokers chat at the Madrid stock exchange a day after Greeks voted in a referendum to reject the European Union's latest Bailout terms. (Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
  • Brokers chat at the Madrid stock exchange a day after Greeks voted in a referendum to reject the European Union's latest Bailout terms. (Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

  • On July 5, 2015, Greeks voted “NO” on the austerity referendum, rejecting a deal proposed by the country’s creditors. As early opinion polls predicted the win for the Oxi (no) campaign, people celebrated in front of the Greek parliament. (Christophe

With the future of Greece’s place in Europe uncertain, markets around the world are responding. Stocks fell in Europe, but no panic has set in. Oil and commodities were also off. Jill Schlesinger, of CBS News joins Here & Now’s Robin Young to discuss what the “Oxi” vote means for the global economy.

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