Greek Banks Reopen But Capital Controls Remain

German Chancellor Angela Merkel held out the prospect of limited debt relief as crisis-ravaged Greece reopens its banks three weeks after they were shut. Monday is also the day the country must reimburse the European Central Bank 4.2 billion euros ($4.5 billion), including interest, as bonds bought during its last debt crisis mature. (Source: Bloomberg)

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