Greece election result fails to quell euro concerns
18 June 2012 Last updated at 14:05 BST
After fearing the worst, financial markets rallied on the news that the pro-European New Democracy party won the Greek election re-run.
But the euphoria proved short-lived and doubts over other faltering European economies are causing yet more concern.
Yields on Spain's 10-year bonds again rose above seven per cent on Monday morning - the level at which other struggling members of the eurozone were forced to seek full-scale international bailouts.
The BBC's chief economics correspondent Hugh Pym reports.