The idea of a Greek exit from the eurozone looks more and more likely each day, with the consequences now said to be ‘managable’. There has been a number of flowcharts and interactive graphics highlighting likely consequences resulting from such a scenario. Some of the most recent are outlined below. Click on the graphics for the full interactive versions.
This interactive graphic from the Financial Times (FT) outlines the likely consequences of a Greece eurozone exit.
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Along, with this Lombard Street Research has provided a flowchart (considering what happens in the event of a Greek euro exit) and the options ahead for the eurozone.
The BBC also has a handy interactive graphic contemplating what could happen next if Greece leaves the eurozone.