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Europe markets continue to rise as Greek banks re-open

Customers outside a National Bank of Greece branch in Athens shortly after it opened on Monday. Tourists and other foreigners in Greece can continue to withdraw as much cash as their debit card limits allow.


EUROPEAN stock markets continued their upward path on Monday after the European Central Bank's (ECB) 900 million euro (S$1.34 billion) loan enabled Greek banks to open.

Meanwhile, the country's Syriza coalition government repaid 6.25 billion euros owed to the ECB and the

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