Antonis Samaras

Greek elections fail to secure coalition government, fighting in Libya drives oil prices higher; fresh stimulus measures in Japan.
Samaras’s coalition fails to win enough support in Greek elections; U.K. GDP numbers disappoint; Walgreens beats forecasts.
When this Wednesday’s special election was called last week, markets swooned a bit. While fears of a euro exit remain, the present situation is not cause for alarm.
A Greek election looms over European debt markets; Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s coalition wins at the polls.