Far from unamimously, Greece ultimately voted 'no' in Sunday's referendum, which means its government is left intact and European leaders are left pondering: "What next?"
According to Bloomberg View, that answer may come easier than any long-term solutions for the nation might.
Here are a few of the top ten consequences a 'no' vote could impose on Greece over the next few days. Let's take a look...
3 economic fallbacks to watch for - Greek style
1. Long live the cash
Without urgent financial aid - something the European Central Bank could offer in a rose-coloured world, (but only time will tell if Greece will get the help it needs) - the government will have to continue to ration its cash and keep its banks shut down. There is no telling how long its reserves will last.
2. Honey, I sold the stocks
International markets can expect to see a sell-off of global equities and increased price pressures on Greek-marked bonds - which may be good news for Germany and the U.S. It's likely both countries will see a spike in perceived quality on their bonds.
3. IOU is the new black
Expect IOUs to see a rise in numbers as the government aims to maintain a sense of an operating economy. IOUs may take over as a currency in the interim, quoted domestically at a discount. Great - more debts.