Greece's stock market will remain closed until July 7, one day after its banks are due to reopen following a week-long shutdown, the bourse said in a statement Monday.
The announcement came after Athens issued a decree to shut banks until July 6 -- the day after a key referendum on creditors' bailout proposals -- with a 60-euro ($65) limit on cashpoint withdrawals.
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