Euro crisis far from over, stock analysts warn
An man tries to find a polling station during the elections in Thessaloniki, Sunday, June 17, 2012. Greeks voted Sunday for the second time in six weeks in what was arguably their country's most critical election in 40 years, with the country's treasured place within the European Union's joint currency in the balance.
But when it comes to Greek politics — and European economic policy — it's never that easy. So the bumpy ride for financial markets isn't over yet.
The conservative New Democracy party, which supports a bailout agreement that would keep Greece in the 17-country euro club, appeared to win enough votes to form a ruling coalition with another pro-bailout party.
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