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Greece uncertainty

Updated 6:51 AM ET, Fri June 15, 2012
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Replica drachma notes are displayed outside a bank on June 14, 2012 in Athens, Greece. The country goes to the polls on June 17, its second election in six weeks. It was called after the May 6 elections failed to deliver a government for the country, which has been struggling with a debt crisis for two years. Getty Images
A left wing party election poster calls for Greece to pull out of the European Union and euro, on June 13, 2012 in Athens, Greece. Some Greeks have been withdrawing their money from the country's banks to protect themeselves from the crisis. Getty Images
Greek people buy fruit and vegetables from a market in Omonoia on June 12, in Athens. After nearly three years of austerity measures, some Greeks say it is a struggle to continue feeding their families. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters of the anti-austerity package Syriza party wave flags during a rally ahead of Sunday's general election. The race between Syriza and the pro-bailout New Democracy party appears to be tight. AFP/Getty Images
Supporters of Greek conservative party New Democracy gather to listen a speech by the party's leader Antonis Samaras in Athens on May 3, 2012, before the country's first election was held on May 6. AFP/Getty Images
Democratic Left election campaign posters line the streets of Athens on June 7, 2012. AFP/Getty Images
A family beg on the street in front of the National Bank in Athens. Greece is facing its fifth year of recession. AFP/Getty Images