How the Greek election could impact the U.S. economy
KYW News Radio
U.S. market analysts have been watching the Greek election results closely because they've been warning the outcome could have a huge impact on the U.S. economy. The Greek economy is small, but experts worry it might start a trend that larger economies would follow. If that trend was leaving the eurozone, it would have an impact on trade. "Our exports to Europe would go way down," said Gary Witt, a professor at Temple's Fox School of Business. "Our imports from Europe would go way up, and our balance of trade would get worse."