A municipal worker participating in a anti-austerity rally sits in front of 

A municipal worker participating in a anti-austerity rally sits in front of the National Bank of Greece building, underneath graffiti reading in Greek "All to the streets yesterday", in central Athens, Friday, Nov. 9, 2012. Cash-strapped Greece will issue short term debt on Tuesday in the hope of raising enough money to repay a key bond days later. Greece is not expected to get its next batch of international rescue loans by Nov. 16, when it has to roll over 5 billion euros in three-month treasury bills. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
Associated Press
A municipal worker participating in a anti-austerity rally sits in front of the National Bank of Greece building, underneath graffiti reading in Greek "All to the streets yesterday", in central Athens, Friday, Nov. 9, 2012. Cash-strapped Greece will issue short term debt on Tuesday in the hope of raising enough money to repay a key bond days later. Greece is not expected to get its next batch of international rescue loans by Nov. 16, when it has to roll over 5 billion euros in three-month treasury bills. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
View Comments