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Europe's Worst-Case Scenario

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Europe's Worst-Case Scenario

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Europe's Worst-Case Scenario

Europe's Worst-Case Scenario

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Greek protest. Aug. 24, 2011.
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Everybody's worried about Europe's economy. What's the worst that could happen?

Bank runs, political riots and falling governments, for a start. Also, the end of the euro as we know it.

On today's show, David Beim, a finance professor at Colubmia's b-school, lays out a worst-case scenario for Europe.

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