Greece avoided political and financial chaos as voters gave a narrow victory to pro-bailout parties in Sunday's election. But it won't be easy for first-place finisher New Democracy to form a coalition government.
Gigi Stone reports on Friday's top financial news. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's 'Surveillance Midday'.
Heat took a 2-1 lead in an important third game of the series.
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has been found guilty of leaking insider secrets to hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam.
European leaders working to avert a meltdown of the single currency gained some respite when Greek voters handed a narrow victory to mainstream conservatives and the chance to forge a pro-euro and pro-bailout coalition.
Having failed in Britain, George Osborne now seems to want to dictate economic policy in the eurozone. He goes on about the 'relentless logic' of the need for the eurozone to become a fiscal union, and he drops heavy hints that he believes they should start the revolution without Greece.
The outgoing head of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, will warn the G20 summit that Europe runs the risk of sparking a Lehman-style global crisis that will have dire consequences for developing nations.
Barclays shareholders are considering demanding a meeting with Sir Michael Rake, the senior independent director on the board, amid mounting concern about tension within the bank's boardroom.
George Osborne has warned that the deepening euro crisis, and likelihood of greater euro-area integration as a consequence, means that safeguards sought by David Cameron are needed 'more than ever'.
The votes have been counted.