Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras begged his minders in the Eurozone for more time to institute austerity policies, asking German Chancellor Angela Merkel for “time to breathe.” That may not be forthcoming. The troika (the EU, IMF and European Central Bank) will write a report in the coming month that will determine whether they continue granting Greece tranches of the bailout agreed to earlier in the year. Germany and France have basically agreed that the reform targets must be met. And it does not look like they will grant an additional two years to Greece to meet those targets. The chances of a Greek exit from the Eurozone have definitely gone up.