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  • ECB maintains emergency funding for Greek banks at existing levels
  • Angela Merkel says the conditions for starting the discussions for a new aide program to Greece not yet there
  • German Chancelor says waiting for the reactions of all eurozone members
  • French President says France and Germany take into account the greek vote
  • François Hollande says the door is open for discussions, Paris and Berlin wait for serious suggestions
  • Greek banks to remain closed Tuesday and Wednesday; 60 euro withdrawal limit remains, banking federation announces
  • Euclid Tsakalotos, Greek debt negotiator, to be named as country’s new finance minister, Reuters reports
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