Election results indicate Britain's Conservative Party may have won enough votes to form the United Kingdom's next government.
Party leader David Cameron will try to become the next prime minister.
Cameron announced on Friday that he's putting a "big comprehensive and open offer" to the Liberal Democrat Party to help him form a government. Still, it could take days to form a leading coalition with other parties in parliament.
Such uncertainty may not be good for world markets, already jittery over the debt crisis in Greece.
Meanwhile, the Labor Party's Prime Minister Gordon Brown is trying to stay in power by forming a coalition with another party.
Regardless of which candidate ends up leading Britain, their biggest challenge will be reducing the county's massive $250 billion deficit.