Acropolis, Athens, Greece
(Worthy News)-- Banks in Greece and the country's stock exchange will be shut all week in a sign of the deepening financial crisis, Sky News reported.
The drastic move comes after people rushed to withdraw their cash amid panic ahead of the referendum on bailout terms.
Under the controls, there will be a daily €60 limit on withdrawals from cash machines, which will reopen on Tuesday.
The euro fell sharply against the dollar amid investor jitters of a Greek debt default and exit from the eurozone. --Source
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