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to the surprise of many global stocks avoiding a major sell off monday one day after greece voted no to more austerity measures investors took heart after the international monetary fund said it would provide more assistance to greece if asked no sign of panic in europe investors encouraged after greek finance minister yanis varoufakis who rose quickly to rock star status in the public eye but was unlike by other finance ministers was given the boot and that is seen as increasing the chances of a deal between greece and its creditors a new finance minister quickly sworn in and two of greece's biggest lenders germany and france said the door is still open for deal with their grief youths to move quickly on severe time is of the essence and we insist that greek proposals must be on table this week so we can deal with the situation the way it is at the moment , the museum all but this greek drama is far from over , greek banks expected to remain closed through wednesday pressure is building for greece to present a new proposal to eurozone finance ministers meeting tuesday in brussels