Spike in worry bead sales as Greeks remain nervous about economic future

ATHENS, Greece - Greeks who are nervous about their country's economic future are turning to worry beads for comfort.

Right now Eurozone finance leaders are gathering to discuss Greece's bailout and shops vendors in Athens are saying increased stress levels in the workplace are causing a big bump in business.

Some residents say they don't want Greece to leave the European Union.

In order to stay, Greece must pay almost $2 billion to the international monetary fund by June 13th.

If Greece defaults on its debt, that could destabilize its banks - hence why many residents are worried.