Hillary Clinton is readying for her likely showdown with Donald Trump – and attracting an unusual set of well-heeled supporters. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Democrat raked in $4.2 million from “Wall Street” donors so far; in March alone it was $344,000.
The more probable her nomination, the more Wall Street big hitters are jumping on her bandwagon – even some who had supported Republicans.
The summer blockbuster season is fast approaching in Europe and this year, a much-anticipated sequel has people lining up in Brussels, Athens and in the voting chambers of national governments across the continent: The Greek Debt Crisis.
Smoke bombs and tear gas flew last night outside the parliament building in the Greek capital as lawmakers narrowly approved a €5.4-billion austerity package including a round of pension cuts and sales tax hikes. That should encourage euro-zone finance ministers meeting today to approve billions in new emergency loans.