Greek banks were offered more emergency funding on Friday, amid fears that massive fund outflows may prevent its lenders from opening next week.
It comes as investors keep a close eye on Greece, after talks with euro zone finance ministers failed to reach a deal. An emergency meeting has now been slated for Monday, as officials scramble to keep the country from defaulting on its debt – and possibly even leaving the euro zone.
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