By , Robert King
Published December 20, 2015
Greek voters are on track to overwhelmingly reject another bailout agreement from Europe that would have contained severe austerity measures, pushing the country to the brink of leaving the Eurozone.
The vote could roil U.S. markets as there is no agreement as of now on how to get Greek banks more money.
Vote totals are still trickling in, but the Greek government predicted the "no" vote will win by more than 60 percent. Now all that remains is to see how European officials will react to the vote.
Earlier this week Greece missed a payment on its International Monetary Fund loan. Banks across the country have been closed and Greeks can only get about 60 euros out of an ATM at a time.