Tuesday, June 19, 2012 | Categories: Features |
The results of the Greek election were split, but the pro-bailout party, New Democracy, narrowly won the most votes. Now the party is hoping to form a coalition government. But the tight race has done precious little to ease market trepidation.
How was the news received in Germany, which will be paying the lion's share of any bailout package to Greece?
We went to Deutsche Bank exec, Wolfgang Nowak. He's a former advisor to former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder.