Their bond yields, that is. Here they are, in order of increasing risk. [n.b.--Portugal and Ireland have already gotten their bailouts, so they are replaced below by France and Belgium.]
Yields on 10-year sovereign bonds:
France: on the way to 4%, supposedly a triple-A credit.
Belgium: no government, no Med coastline,
now pushing 5%.
Spain: catching up quickly, now over 6%.
Italy: red-lining over 7%.
Greece: in a league of its own.