Greece, Euro Leaders Strike 11th Hour Deal

Greece struck a deal Monday morning for a third bailout from its European creditors, averting the collapse of its banking system and possible expulsion from the single-currency eurozone.
After almost 17 hours of heated negotiations that ended just before 9 a.m. in Brussels, the 19 eurozone leaders agreed on a series of measures that would provide Greece with an additional €86 billion over three years. ” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said,
“There will be no Grexit so, in form and substance, we are satisfied with the solution we have found."