Poll: Should the EU Bail Out Greece?

Global markets have been held hostage in recent weeks over whether an EU bailout plan will materialize for Greece.

As much as 30 billion euros in aid is expected to be in the pipeline, according to a plan led by Germany and France, although there have been reported tensions between Greece and Germany over the timing and terms of the package.

Some analysts have penciled in Friday for a deal to be sealed, when Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou meets with German Chancellor, Angella Merkel, in Berlin. German officials, however, have insisted that a bailout isn't brewing anytime soon.

We like to know what you think: Should the EU bail out Greece, or not? Share your thoughts, by taking part in our poll below.

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