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After the overwhelming No vote, the focus today is back on Greece's negotiations with Brussels, culminating in Alexis Tsipras's government being given a final chance by eurozone leaders to present new reform proposals this evening.
The meetings will also mark the introduction of new Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos, an Oxford-educated Marxist, who replaced Yanis Varoufakis after he was asked to step down in a conciliatory move by Mr Tsipras.
Elsewhere, eyes will be focused on Greek banks, which remain closed for the next two days. The ECB may also have to ask eurozone leaders to guarantee Greek government debt for use as collateral to maintain its liquidity lifeline.Read more