Here's the quote of the past weekend (from Bloomberg), stemming from the latest Greek bailout deal:
The euro area has...“bought time” for countries such as Portugal to prove they are more creditworthy than Greece and to erect stronger defenses in the form of a larger bailout fund, said Carsten Brzeski, an economist at ING Groep in Brussels.
“The often-cited Greek can has again been kicked down the road,” he said. “The good thing is that the can is still on the road, but it requires a huge amount of stamina and patience to keep it there.”
Translation: We're going to playing kick-the-can for...another eight years at least? Because it's hard to see Greek reducing its debt from the current 160 percent of GDP to 120 percent until then. The obvious question is, "Just how much road have we got it?" And, "Will that can hold up to another decade of kicking?"